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Why do the righteous suffer

The Gospel of the Kingdom

01:00 min | Last month

Why do the righteous suffer

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Digimon Adventure 2020: Six  - Gals being Palmon

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

50:43 min | 3 months ago

Digimon Adventure 2020: Six - Gals being Palmon

"Everyone welcome to number them in translation this. Covering. Digital Adventure Colon, twenty twenty episodes six, the targeted kingdom. I'm May and this time I'm joined by just make whim high, so stevie is unable to make it this week, but they did send all their thoughts, so we will have a special Stevie stance pot where we read St. Visa thoughts they've sent us on Dischord, and they've actually put a spoiler tag around all their responses, so it'll be the first time we're actually ratings Davies responses, so it'll be live for us as well as listen, so that's pretty exciting. Got, now well on whether or not Steven better just so much profanity. Yeah, I'M GONNA HAVE TO CENSOR INCENSIO league. Right anyway got is episode yes spoilers. So, Anyway I guess. Almost, synopsis, this. Sort and touchy are exploring. Say the view from above they're kind of portrayed and actually flying as well. 'cause be release strong, apparently, and source says she can't say the say so that how they're going to get a new continent, and then the group decides. They're all starving, so they decide that it's time to hunt for food I'll on say's pink plants with Pumpkins, and I was really excited because I thought we were going to get some pumping Pumpkin Mon but we did not, but it's fine because. We Got Mimi. We got me. Me, ME, end, but it's a trap, because of course it is, but it's actually I thought it was a bad guys trapped, but no. Appellate on trap, so pelham accuses them of being fruit thieves, and then a bunch of tienanmen rice in the ground, and then Mamie shows up and says all fruit they should be punished, and this is the coolest entrance of the carpet of. Love her so much I love who, too so they kind of explain that the no, and then maybe welcomes them to kingdom, and we get some time on playing the Bongo drums, because of course we just jumping up and down the so happy with themselves a and so maybe. Very scripted here, but also she's a queen, so it's kind of like the evolution between we had her being a princess in regional eventually, but now she's a queen. She has stepped up yet well. She was princess than she was general now. She's the queen so really she's. She's really come up in the world, and she's also like a tactical clean like she's really thought about the traps and thought about the layout of the Kingdom and she takes it pretty seriously, which is. Love her I love the like she's been here for a while because she doesn't know about the blackout yet, so she's just. been here. Yeah, she got it taken care of. Yes, she's been here for a bit end, which is strange because we definitely did say a green light in episode three, so we shot we sold them. All goes digital world but I. You know what the semi showed. Introduce time. Anyway. We'll just go with it. All I guess the time you want meanest can explain it, so that's fine, so Pelham? One is actually made. He's Butler which is the best thing ever. Yeah Maui. County! Oh, my God Pal Mon- needs a suit. Someone. Please send the. I think I think I will try to with graphics tablet, and I'm looking for excuses to dome sketches and I think that is inadequately dumb. Enough sketch owned that I will do as a Pomona to Butler suit is really the best thing ever. I mean I can't draw so i. know that anyone could do better, but I just love talents for much Komo deserves to be a butler. So pomona asks Eve the Group of with Tuscon and them upon finding note with Tusk Mon she said August the misunderstandings cleanup, and then sore explains that they just lost. Meanwhile we get shot of course Roy and I thought we were going to get more Kush role in this episode, but we didn't. He just kind of keeping track of all the damage. That's being cold and he's flying away on copy Terry Moan and kind of assisting the situation as well as keeping track of what's happening in the real world. Just, that's kind of cool He's a little bit guy right now. I! Think Kushner is denied this episode. I think we're GONNA. Have this season Sarah think we're going to have again I think we're done with gain. I would be so social he he he's. He's too smart and he's able to read. Stuff on his own. He's able to raid the wool of texts in the prophecies. is also able to read the Walk Literal Wall of texts So, back to me the most important character of any season ever. Reveal so did you and Sorin for some reason surprised, which is strange because every human that they've sane with the digital so far, has he the handed device, or we'll have a digitize SORTA why they are surprised well especially since she's already got her partner Dj. It's like you've this pattern. The yeah like this isn't surprising would expect it to have a device or at least I'd expect her to be about to get a digitize. Yeah, one or the other. She already has it. Which is strange because everyone has had the digitize upon meeting the upon except forums, Zora, that's for, although we don't actually know that that's true. Since we didn't really see when Mimi met Pailin, sorry evolution Oh. Yeah Yeah. Sort Oregon. House went evolved. Yeah, that was wild. Yeah, yeah, just which was kind of cool, but it's kind of like. At least they're getting the Diaz at different times county, maybe probably just found his, and said cool and I mean old maybe would have gone like a jewelry. This name is like I'm a McQueen also I love that she's just like. Oh, so it's a cell phone yet like me knows things I mean good things got an yeah. I love New Mimi. NOUMEA's maybe. Change Yeah, which is like she's great I love her. What of amazing and Love Susan One Mimi was always Mimi. Like that's good, she doesn't have to be. Some I've seen some people have. With pockets. Yes, of course you need pockets of your queen. You need to have a big them especially, if you're a leader as acquaint because she's definitely like a saint seems to be a tactical later. She seems to be smart, but I've seen a lot of people complain about How, all the children are already like Nice people in like the ten I don't know if I knew many ten year olds who were just awful when I was ten besides some being general ten year, olds yeah, like have to be terrible people we. We already have Yamamoto. Another angsty one. Yeah, I mean so I find you to. At least seems a reasonable like you said okay. We have to work together before the tiny amount time we've seen him. Yeah, you're you're not. I. Don't know where he is the moment, but I don't really miss him. Like feel like this is a fine introduction to the characters. It's good that we sort of separate. Enough that we don't have five evolutions at the same time, plus not being around is really kind of character trait. Like be if he's just sort of like the edgy like I will look together when? The Green Ranger except never really joins the team. He just shows up when he feels like he has been wolf anyway so a to the. Surprise made me says there's no time for just hanging around and holding devices, and which is great because I have. I have jumped to do I have to protect this kingdom. I have to find the evil digital on, and unlike well done. Wow. Because you're right. We wouldn't have time to just hold the stay around like Oh. Did you voices me up? So Kosher calls them on device, and this is what made me says. It's like a smartphone. Will done. And Kush Roy, tells them to watch something, and maybe being the wonderful little queen. Super Stop Cheese points out that the times will slow down and like well done I. I love her yet, but she's not like smart is in Kushner smart. She's smart as in. She's aware and she's perceptive. She's got the most common sense out of any of them. which is good I like that I. Mean I know joy is GonNa, be the most common sense because that's kind of like. One Saturday. And got. When we never get to the DUB, she's going to ask if she can play donkey madness on the digitize I, kind of like I wouldn't hate that because I do like me. Find whatever gross. You'll have the whatever growth that she will have will be even more if you just sort of stunts as A. kind of like a little bit on the decide, but again this is not a team. This is not like the Gila Gil. I Like Pink Maimi this is. This is. She might like pink, but she's not going to make that a whole thing. That's on a personality. Oh. I liked that we now. I'm sorry, I'm getting ahead of myself. You Go ahead, yeah! So. Then Kushner explains it seems that time in the digital world moves into different place to the human world, and then we see that main wall organ is taking control of Tusk Mon with sound Birdman and it sounds like no easy task. which is the best launch from the original? Won't show up. You know easy Tusk. I love it so much. I, Miss Phantom on. Real, real, good real good. I hope we get a phantom. Yeah, maybe I just really like Phantom when I like Phantom of design. It's creepy, a little bit cute. Well at it's creepy, enough jobs. They had the ham him up to make him scary, which is so much better? He had a fight and he makes which is probably. You're to be his snack. Hope him always voice. I love. I, Love I love so. Phantom. Please! Can we see Phantom later on in the season? We're up to perfect level monsters of the week though I. Mean to be fair getting a lot of champion digital monster the week like literally like swarms, which I'm sure must be stronger than one perfect at. The main power levels are meaningless. Yeah, it is, it is ditch among so casual, explaining this lag between the human world, the digital world, and even the network that he's in sort of there's a lag between the worlds, and then Seora wanted if Mamie was transported to the digital world earlier than the rest of the group because she seems to be sort of unaware of the blackouts that are going on kosher, then show is the group the news at the normal like paid, and it's reporting the outages, and then Maimi seems void about Tokyo. Because, of course she is this. This is now. And the then she recognizes her grandfather who we find out to be the champion of Touchy Cow Industries and Mamie says that she wishes that there was something that she could do to help them. Like all Mamie Mimi's family made. Outfit. Yeah a anyway, but that's what favorite thinks. That was a dumb speculation that stevie need at it's completely true. It's just it's so good. So good, I'm so I'm so. It's so nice to see me like be aware of the goings on around her like the original series. Especially in the DUB. It was very like Mamie is not connected. Maybe not in the same level as everyone else is just told not only there, but this may she's. She's good. She's realistic. shes human I love that now. It's good I. DO think that I didn't need her to be a wealthy heiress, but you know it's fine. I don't think she's GonNa from what I can say I. Don't think that's going to be a character because she didn't mention that she was an heiress until. She saw her grandfather and I'm fairly certain that he probably would have just gone the whole season without mentioning it that she not have just seen her grandma. I just meant in general. We didn't really yeah. Oh yeah, I mean I I kind of like it because if she does have any slot, spoiled traits like say. What happened. In charge. Yeah, we'll probably say something, but I like how she. She didn't say that her grandfather was the champion like the other characters recognized her grandfather, so nia I I liked that. Me Says set protecting the tone from the bad digital, and is the most important and touchy refers to as Queen end of the group says they want to help her. And then she numbers touchy is Number Two Seventy Two servant and sore as number seventy three like I, love you so much. She's so good I. Love that every. She knows every Panama individually by. Of course she does the probably have very small differences that she's able to pick up on. Bush's perceptive and wonderful. It's true, so she gives the other humans little plants to put on their head so common. And I just want to point out that this is the best thing in my life. So good. The best, and then we'll see the thing with the flags cold when you like Semaphore, Munich, so Louis Out, so we see Tana Moon during sauna four, and because they they observe some toxic mold that look like you're about to attack, and they'd just communicate through line like all. That is smart because they have leaves. It's so smart that is that is so good I love Hollywood so much. I have a tiny mom. Plus that on k. sent me, and it's the scruple one and Tony One. Look at it you. Know. So much. Just like one is episodes emotional because I really liked time on. One of these days I should post a of My Terrier Mon in card captor soccer address Oh. Yes, I think he might have sent me something similar like a long time ago. Yeah, Yeah I've had it for a couple of years now, but it's still great. Yeah, I think he's drawn something like that as well. Yeah, that was a commission for me. Okay, I am remembering cool. I like when I remember things. Yes, so I have that and then someone also for a birthday present had that. Art piece turned into a stuffed animal for me and it's great yet. Of Sin stuffed animal, then then that that's what I'm remembering anyway moving. Anyway moving on to things that Ontario Mon but like Terry Mauvaise so this should be so the TUSK Mon breakthrough offense, but then fell down a hole, and this is the point like is mainly a tactical genius, or did count on him on and Pentland set this up or assistance like I'd be mainly. Yeah I'm going to say it's Mamie until we know otherwise because I think that. Year occasion is she's really good. At US yeah, because she did say that hits her judy to protect the tawny tournament, so maybe so by how easily more than half of the task one fall down the whole. I think there's like seven three remain off to this. I think they take out we at six. Okay, that'll be. Take it off. That's a lot they will pull down the hall and Todd Run five remaining Tusk Mon, who finding the self like the way round this. March cliff that they've got going on to protect the village, so like an additional layer of protection and gamonal evolves to gray morning fights them courage Ramon is flying overhead and sore, a whole to digitize, and we get skipped evolution which I kind of alike when they skip the evolutions just on the basis that you don't need to show us the stock animation every time we get an evolution and some people say oh, they keep on skills evolutions like no. No, no, no, you don't understand. They need to skip some evolution or otherwise they lose time for the actual story one. If you've noticed they've actually done that with everyone's I dilution. Because Allgemeine admittedly got the really cool body horror one, but everyone's got special won their first time and I. think that's just GonNa stay true. Yeah, we're just GONNA. Have probably the. Stock footage for the other characters when they have time to show additional evolutions bought. Everyone gets a special first time evolution, but on offense keeping evolution, because it's like what thirty seconds of extra stuff they can put in the episode. I'm not gonNA complain about that. Especially when we have earlier seasons that felt the need for like ten minutes of evolving in an episode. Oh God I, I was my old major. Yeah, just I'm thinking of the to. Ending where where they have all the evolutions, they have to split screen. Every single person's because the doing three at a time. and. Still takes forever, and that was always how a judge! If, like an episode is actually go buy health many evolutions. They have because the better story is always seem to skip. The evolutions arm about one in adventure when they rescuing Sora from The pyramid, and they skip penalty evolution to them on. She's just like okay pelham. When you evolve, and then like this like a cut away and all of a sudden. It's on sick. That's. Episode Yeah My. My other indication of quality is how late into the episode do we start evolving? Yes, may to say means it, should they? They introduce they have. Before that yeah. Especially if they're going episode with that evolving fighting until like the end of the episode like that's that's good anyway, so a meanwhile name on east, fighting to remain Tusk Moan and touchy, see courage Ramon, Bod Burgenland sore shop to find him Pelham on asks Mamie if she's scared and maybe says. Just a little end pummeled says it should protect. And then suddenly the stopped shaking and splits which reveals HMO Jamaluddin, which is has organ writing it Jamal Jamal and tries to attack. Maybe end poem. Pummeled saves her Enin then Pamela looks injured, but font merger want anyway, and he is swollen and everyone and the dog is posted about this on twitter about swollen gentlemanlike kind of dig it like. Why is he so school? I love in are not safe for work channels this tracking how many new instances of dreux Jim on thirty four dipping posted? No anyway. Yeah, we'RE NOT GONNA. Update that on the air, but you can. Go to the disco channel if you want to get it on that, yeah, just go into the lost in translation with discord channel, and if you eighteen plus go into the I think it's called not safe for women guests, which I named it that and visit even though I named it that I think I think Quinn also has read it as this I. Keep on rating, not safe for women. Have shot no good. Be Sometimes posted near. It's not safe for anybody could. But, anyway moving on, so there's one Tusk, one lift, and however be just kind of drops a giant dragon on the Tusk Mon. so that was that sold back to me me the most important spotlight hope of the season it appears the panel is actually dying, by which is kind of like. Yeah, this makes me sad, but I do like when they show that digital and characters including partner digital on can die or can be injured. We're GONNA at least pretend to their sticks here. Yeah, and it makes it seem a lot more meaningful. The KENAI and this is the first time with saying. Saying, this in this season so far, and it's fairly early in digital as into introduce the idea of dying withdrew. It's Great I. Mean it's Sad, but it is like in terms of a pace of media. It's good to actually show stikes, so Appel Mon tells me to run. Maybe says she want run. Because when she first arrived, Mamie was so alone and then pal mon found her, and introduced her to Tawny Moan and many that she conscious away, Powell alone antibodies close and Pomona Volta Togo Moan, and then she punches Jim Jim on Russian in the drill, which is like that's cool. Gets mad that there's an evolution and tries to destroy up to me Yup end. Gramont shows up and on breaks of the Horn, which I don't have a lot of faith in digital and keeping this whole unbroken, but since he also still had the broken horn 'em same sad about at the end of the episode. To get lost in battle damage I think well I don't I don't expect to be a regular thing, but yeah I think I think we're getting that this time I think I. Think Ogm on is just going to not have a horn for the rest of the time we see him. Alive is Oregon. Yeah I definitely That's cool. I don't think that will be a thing that happens to most enemies. We fight, but no. I think Thomas had battled damage where Gaga Mon was like hit in the face, and at the start of the next episode still have the scratch on his face until PDD Dade devolved. Yeah, we got I think that. Yeah, that's happened once we've never had lost in battle damage, and what would have been cool and I think we mentioned this will covering tame as on the original loss in transition coverage is that it would have been cool. Terry on kept that scarf for at least a couple of episodes. That would have been neat. So I. Always wanted. That never mind nicotine. What would yo? I wondered if the with went here what is the name of Coggi's biggest form? Magnetic Ramon something like that. Yeah, anyway magnitude! Just he has. Yes fat shoulders. Yeah, and the always playing hackers memory the other day because I've been screaming that lately. I played for like two hours in the morning, and then I played it for five hours in the afternoon and I and I was like going to continue to play until I realized that it had been five hours until since I started. Streaming was like actually. I'm just GONNA leave. So I got a candidate room onto above to magna. Grumman and then there's like a mode change this SV version, and it's just a slim version and. Just A little. Must be the new hacker's memory because I. don't remember that from the original. Oh wait. No, no, no, actually it's no use the very. Well, it's. What I like to call a during cool. Yeah, because it takes place like right. It's like a lion king one half. It's set during it but yeah. Good so far complex! I slept on for so long. It is streaming game and I'm almost done with it, which is really sad because that means, I have to play next order. Yeah, I want even like next order anyway. Yes I just don't like I don't like how you can be it. It's sort of like ten back your progress to you to starting every time your digital dies, and also I keep on getting Veggie. Mon and I got that strain wants I think that's the last time. I played anyway so main while while grandma has broken off, arguments horn. Won't is beating the life out of Jomo Joan and she wins because it's a revolution episode, but also giant Cactus and she devils back to Pelham and Mamie Impel Mon have a beautiful like this is so on brand for the like the relationship between the two. They have an on brand character moment where Mamie and penalties, each children cry until each other. How much they love each other, and it's just like. Almonds that's just yeah. That's that's Gals being held. What will spend the scales being almonds? That's. So, so good I I love I. Love Their Friendship I love how they just cry, and they're not afraid or shames to cry onto each other, and it's it's gorgeous. And they were partners he had are actually partners, and they love each other, and which makes sense because they haven't just met on so when Soren Bam on roll like really loving, and they just met was kind of like. That doesn't seem like song, but I'm here for it, but now we say me pal end Mamie. was felt along until she met Perelman, and they've known each other foot Lee sometime like they could have been like like this four. Depending on how the time you want me went. They could've been could've already together for like months, yeah! Remember when Tanti went back after like three months all the sudden Bain like like no time at all, and then when he came back to the digital world after a couple of hours, it been like six months, so yeah, we're definitely GONNA play. With that, but it's still which is what I like because it means that they don't have to stick to any time rules that can say you would have and I'll be like I can't have which is the best thing about like shows that introduce some? We'd time time happening. Because in the in the introduction opening matters when we say it matters, and I'll say anyway so just strange it sometimes, that's fine. Did you guys just just be that way? They put onto the water. It doesn't break whatever arguments mad lost his horn, and his screaming alone in a forest, which is just like. This is how I feel when. Things don't work out like just screaming alone afforest. Maybe. Yeah maybe and Powell and join the group an maybe remember so Tom Moan and says they're gonNA take care of the kingdom, and how she's going to do her best from here and sore so good so good so good, wow! Highlights Mimi Mimi he had just made me every untidy highlight. Okay, my best highlights were the dress with pockets and the purse of leaves the you. That was so good because she wouldn't have had a bag if she was just transported out of nowhere, so that's fine, so she made her own again tactical genius of her of her. Other highlights really good evolution sequence. It was just a magical girl sequence, but slightly creepy, and that makes so much sense, because pell has always bain magical, but a little bit creepy, because member Lemons lemans evolution, which is I feel like the best from Toga Amman is that when she just comes out of the top of Torkham on which? Usually, just say that evolution doesn't make sense, but when you see the evolution sequence of her just sort of coming out of the topic, all she sprouting, because she's a flower so good. So good! And also the fact that helmet looks like she's growing. In the evolution lake should just growing like a big plant. Oh, it's real good. It's real good. They did a great job. Well done animators and like the animation quality looked better than the previous episodes. I think not as good as the first three. Definitely I mean I. Think maybe just makes everything better. She really does her just her entrance with the fruit, thieves must be punished. Thing God that just. Leaves me. How much I ironically like that moment? Oh, yeah, I love that to end any any other highlights view. Pet wants semaphore good for them. Good for them. Yeah, that was that was clever. Like willed on like that's. That's good. Someone on the writing staff really have thought. That was thought like they've said. How do they communicate without communicate like yelling, alerting Tusk, Moan and it feels like that's thoughtful and a like. When show is a thoughtful and digital is not often thoughtful and use. That would describe at Mona's well like a lot of it seems thoughtful like they actually put some thought behind it, so yeah, well done any other highlights. Nothing super comes to mind. Yeah I've I've got a few I'd even that this is a sad moment I did like how palimony actually looked close to die. That's true. I feel like that was. kind of thoughtful as a Cuban going to use that word a lot, but we seen wasn't freely Oman. Yea, like it's nice to introduce the death of like all the idea of death, especially when they showed that it can happen to apartment digital, and maybe we'll actually get upon a digital don in this shore might be which I mean we did. Get with antimony in the first season, but it makes it feel. Feel like they're actually stakes like people condone humans can died to Jamal. Candar can die, and it makes it same. UNAV- meaningful. I like them mean it's sad I like it in terms of it doesn't make me happy to see, but I I like it as a pace of video. Yeah, I don't think. I expect that to happen much. If at all to any of the protagonists says more than a vague threat, but I appreciate the attention to. Detail and attempting to show. Hey, you got. Death is a real thing. Yeah or don't yet. I agree I don't think they'll happen much but I feel like because it it. It is remember kid. Show this this short adults we try. We had Khazanah. which had like you know was a little bit more serious, but. I like this. I like it when it's for kids a lot more because I just saying they finally. Wider. No one ever attack the kids thing to heart and almost episode. We get that almost every almost every episode. The digital will turn to attack the kids, and that's I like that, because, of course they would especially if they want to kill the children like that was the thing Leeann said I must kill the chosen. Children are in the original adventure, and then would proceed to not kill the chosen children. He would proceed to find their partners right. Yeah, I also liked the fact. That got some battle damage. That may last into the next episode. I will always like that. I liked Tau many a lot tougher, but she still wants to be royalty like I'm if she wasn't royalty I feel like that wouldn't be me like. It could never be me if she didn't want to be royal. Time. Country earned it also this time. She's a queen. Princess because a Princess Princess cruising. Get stuff done. Yeah, she's just bypass princess. Also. She has butler. That's great, my My Stepmother's business card says Queen of the universe, and I feel like it's really that energy. Yeah, that is some big energy Egypt Stepmother Mamie well. She's emily, but she's got a little bit of energy good, I think we all should have a little bit of Maimi. Mimi is just the good version of Karen. A, say like if it was a good version of Karen like someone who does speak believing, but manages to not be a joke when I do so like that that's some. That's Mamie Energy, 'cause. There's nothing wrong with you know saying Hey there's something wrong with this like. If you have a problem, you know you have to deal with customer service and you're not happy. There's a way to say hey. I'm not happy without being a Karen and unlike the think that I'd do that well of customer service I. Always Say Hey, look I know it's not your fault, but I'm context appointed about these infra. Some reason there was like really happy to give me what I won't because. Not being a Karen Yeah because. The difference between account in Maimi and be a Mamie W Karen so. My, highlight still continue I'll just have one more local feel like having multiple highlights kind of makes it seem like there's not that many Hong clients There's too many highlights rather than that makes it all the holiday seamless anyway, so I like how much characters still get shine in somebody else's evolution episode, but not too much. It's a good amount of like everyone can still do a battle, but they just wanted to have the main focus, and I feel like that's how appelation episodes should be. We should just make everyone else. We didn't say able to live with. CETERA yeah, we have bigger battle. It happens, and also it means that no one sort of pushed to the side and frontier tended to do the some with someone was always pushed on Neville. Lucien episode in one evolution episode. It was even the person who was evolving. That was pushed to the side, so it's nice to keep focus on other characters. It doesn't make them feel like anyone stronger awake because it's their episode. What about lowlights, because this was a hard one for me. Was a really strong episode If I actually stop and think about the time you wind Munis, it's annoying, but it's fine Solid Eight. You know like the everything about. Panama was really good like I'm trying to think. I know what I'm talking through this process. Okay, okay all right. Taking everything at the. And Light. What's left? My mental lights like I would like to see more Khosro I feel like I don away. He is but the same time like ways Matt Yeah Yeah Evening is still just touchy, focused that does. Interest Not GonNa Change. A change about episode ten because that's usually when they get their next evolution opening a you know what I mean next part of the story. yeah, I'm a little spreads. We haven't seen Matt or anyone show up with with but we'll probably get that. I haven't really been watching the into pop. The sort of like next time owns. His empty. I know that next time is Joe Episode? That's really odd. Thing I. Don't know who encounters jaw like I. Don't know which part of the group it might be met. It could be easy could be the big the large group, nor but I'm all for edge love Joe. I'm excited. 'cause like joys the best normally wait to see how they do him because they're doing everyone the best. That's true. I thought I had any lots. You had had something like Joe's Shuldiner yet. That is fair Joe it's Joe is good. No I the one thing I will say and I hope we get some going forward I. would really like to see. Mimi and Sora like meaningfully interact in a way that even an episode with really only three people. They kind of didn't get to yet like the crisis sincerity episode of Digital is the with the get the crest, and has the Coca Tori That's about the only time. Those two characters I've ever really done a whole lot together and. Princess Kuroki when. But Yeah? It's it's not that many times. I'm Kinda like I'm trying to think if any season of digital on has ever passed the belt Belfast and I don't think so. No, there's not enough Thomas jury and the rookie when they are sort of. Making Fun of jury and not letting her joining. doering I'll teach you how to play the 'cause. Everyone's like rookies. Being Nice, that's that was so good. Okay, so we've got one, but my point stands. And the zero we have and me are all that is true. Yeah. But zero two is also probably not the best thing, definitely, not frontier thing you know. I think I don't think. Rodham on fighting with fairy counts. Now not so much now here when they just see when it's a catfight, it doesn't count no PM. A lot of chardon have terrible track record for having women onscreen ever. A Lotta shining have one woman character, and it's usually the love interest old the sister Lobos. Yeah, yeah, so it's that's what I always liked about Mamie is the arguably you could say. Sore is the love interest, and he carries the system, but maybe it's just the queen like. Through with you, yeah, like a I love that like I don't mean to sound like Zuma. Bit Yaas Queen. Though I'm not sure. Millennial started that Zuma's guy have no idea league, because I'm a millennial and I'm pretty sure I've never literally like on. Ironically said he asked Quyen. So yes quyen GA-. My my pop culture Cata stopped about ten years ago. Yes, aim people started eating things me so long to realize what a year and what a DAB was Gal. Yeah I have enough students that I eventually learned what it was. I did have to ask. What a year it was gay I had to put. 'cause I say gate used in so different ways. I think just throwing something and that's I did a tweet earlier, which was palimony. Eating Mamie us, so it's both verb meaning to throw something, but it's also blake interjection like Hooray. Yeah Gates, and those are two completely separate things, but the both. Just back in my day we used to throw things and we just say Yay. Like imagine if we playing digital world instead of yet. All of a sudden hero says heat. Die For that all right, but in fairness in my day people say yet they said would know yet. Remember would argument of. Being punished like. The total point edge like okay. Just say own each while you with p. come from millennials, you are not. We're not cool. Stop protect some shaming Zuma's for doing that little fortnight from whatever when we do emmy site point edge. Yeah, we'll just roll cringe at that age. The Internet sucked twenty years ago and now it sucks in very different ways, yeah! Anyway so. We. Don't have any highlights. lowlights think it's time to move on to stevie stunts. Okay I'm clicking the reveal. Spoil underscore. Dutta Dow Okay Stevie says and a hook that there's no profanity. Is here all just ask? Them putting my rating voice, CV says I really enjoyed the episode and this version of Mamy based on the episode. It's probably the best version of Mamy that they've saying Tomo. isn't up grains, but I do like how smooth the animation was. It's nice to have a digital one on the team that has attacks at aunt. Just fire the battles away more dynamic. Dynamic than the original series to and lie much less on stock footage of attacks, the whole sequence defending Miami's kingdom was great as a whole ton of passing on signals is the best thing and I would agree, and well that dresses with pockets, audacious pockets as well now in ties case so basically. Yeah, stay seems to also share the same opinions, which is good. Character? Right, so I know it up before favorite character, any thoughts back compared with the original series could stay sort of dive. Into that a little bit with. How the battle similar dynamic. Yeah I really do like that. We're not using footage constantly. Yeah and if it's like in small small chunks, tank I think earlier episode had grain on finding the algorithm on, and that was used a little bit like throughout the episode, but it's never like hey, flower Cana, and like the time that. Lee Two years mainly away just she could use the stock animation. Was Amazing. Honestly I hope we get more of that. Just having to throw your partner with the air, you can use both hands for an attack. Yeah. The lack of stock footage. I'm always reminded of the from coldly Oko. Where like one of the female leads? Yumi is standing in her underwear and anytime. She needs to be on the phone because she's on the phone in that scene. They use this random scene of eleven year old in her underwear, and it's real weird and I'm like that is. Such a good reason not to stock footage. Yeah, absolutely. Not doing this. My main comparison was. She's a princess in the original, and she's a quyen in this one. Green Mamie Queen Mimi so good also for memory Pamela. Talk Moans. Original Evolution episode from the series is pretty good and had like Miami being hero, basically because everyone else was being brainwashed. which if you have to nerf everyone else works. Okay. 'CAUSE IT was random, they've done that. Yeah, that I am not saying I don't like the the original episode six, but this episode was obviously a lot. Better have made Mirror Mimi's good. Evolution episodes have always been the best really are like I always like the me episodes I just so good, and I do like when when she goes to hug pound one who hat flies off, oh. Yes, I love her hair under the hat. Really. Very cute musicals. We're going to yeah I'm speaking to five character Mimi. Yeah me, too, like surprise surprise. It was always going to be Mamie an even. If it wasn't good, it would be me and Steve's. Steve Status written quite a lot fave characteristically like three sentences. Let's Let's say on revealing the next pot of stevie stunts, which is mainly is a good this episode. I'm glad she's not the squeamish go, and this instead a competent later in her own right. I hope he doesn't fall into the background behind tie. Heck I'd love to see her. Argue would tie and put forward her own ideas in the future and won't that, too. Because we kind of had that in the original. Even when like tie was let's go, and maybe it was like, but can be more on the death of old friends. So he I guess we just old choosing maybe yeah. Hundred Percent Mimi across the board many across the board, and let's move onto rating because I gave it a five out of five nonstop completely, not surprisingly. What did she give it? I'M GONNA go four and a half. I WANNA hope there's still room for improvement but God it was a good episode. Yeah, I think I gave the lost four and a half so I couldn't give this one. We had to go get five. I'm going I'm going to six out of five for something. I just know it, which is good because that means that they should continually improve I'm going to have to. Just my ratings and I'm worried about that. We were always out of ten system here. Yup, well, that's like the dream. Right that like an season is so good that it rewrites scale completely, Yup, as Stevie for a five, so yes seems to be a lot of enjoyment across the board for all of us next for how you ranked the this series and episodes in. What was my ranking up to now? I'll copy it into the discordant. Be. I don't know why I didn't just do that with a sense, Davey, Ranking will all right so I think mine is going to be six one five, two, three four, so first place. Yep I totally agree. I also put it in first place. Pricing and revealing Stevie Still second-place so one six, two three five four knots. Second place, which is still like I, think Steve is paying the most critical of the show which is good. But, it also means that we don't often agree but I. Think we mainly pretty much in agreement. This was a good episode. Yeah, well. I mean it was. Definitely. Very exciting! At Scott Hit, some of the nostalgia notes without needing to beat for beat reduced stuff from last time. which is I think whatever one really wants? Yeah, 'cause I always want like nostalgia knows hit, but not like. Don't make it the whole focus. That's not that's not fun. onto questions we have sucks six three four on Youtube, wondering why Gills Associative innocent and wants to see at least one with the same attitude as Rica from tamers good. Surprise. Surprise I think carries Mamie a little bit. Yeah, yeah, that was that's not a submissive character. No, you would have expected a little more from Seora but a I am here for from Mimi I am I'm falling like that. That's fine for me, also. Rica, not necessarily like her character is just like I'm strong, so I'm main like. Of the series, and while it does get better. That's more or less just her character for a long time, so I don't necessarily think that we need to have every character like Rica, but it is good to have carried to this note, submissive innocent, and is kind of like a leader, and that's surprisingly and I didn't expect to get that from Mamy. Goggles she she would still the goggles and I won't that a next Anthony on youtube locks how digital and living in the shadows of the previous selves, and it's quite Meta yeah, and then Tuck mosque one on Youtube says. It's interesting that we get to see the three digits. Rafi want everyone of anyone in Dade digital days created by God protect Colonel Heaven right below them on next to them. At times is the other three archangels include Russi, alone make him onstream, mega and decision what is known to possess all of knowledge and knows anything that's happening the digital world. See I like the digital in law and I would want more of yeah. I'm a big fan of Lore. NEXT SP on the website likes new multifunctional digitize in hopes the facial continue, and I think I think it will like previous seasons. They've obviously like to sort of forgotten about certain features of things happening halfway through because they just didn't feel like using that anymore. In terms of a riding mechanic, then as he continues to say curious to see how Mimi's catch will being episode six and hit well here we are in the future, and yet means good, and that's great, and then SP finishes by saying we'll be. We'd having Debbie one with that engine. If Tucker doesn't show up, until act to end up. I guess, but also it means that we weren't necessarily have Angel Mon being like a mechanic like was in the first season dislike well, he had him on only evolves sometimes, emily. Does he face the big bed like I kinda? Don't want that. I sold the original. I'm here full something new. Yeah, yeah, I, we. We had him be the limit break and it was okay. I guess I don't think it. It was then what anyone really wanted out of the season. Yeah, so now I have A. We'd one that I I only just sold this morning, and it is really weird. It was stuck in my spam filter for the website in terms of comments and it was on my review post of episode six, which I posted yesterday, and it was in Italian and I'm not sure this is A. A their thoughts on the series thoughts on the episode or just a synopsis of a series, or if this is suspended a real person I don't know, but I have to read it out because I had I did Google translate on I. Don't speak Italian so I'm going to raid Marco's response to the review of episode six, which is entirely in Italian Hattie's Google translate. Are you ready for this hit? Hit me did okay touch anyway. A digital adventure twenty twenty with the old original characters, because they will have become the new ones, and also the new digital with the protagonist Janai. WHO also seven did he press getty to find the seventy-two Magnolia the seven digit, Petrei and thus health seven digital partners do less seven nudity. Pollution's for their titles of the New Animated Series Are Digital Venture Zero One? Zero two did more venture zero three didn't want venture zero four. Zero One, zero, two digital frontier or one indeed one frontier zero two. That was my favorite series it one frontier season anywhere and other digital animated series franchise with how many episodes and then festival the Japanese voice actors think about putting their voices the character that we broadcast on TV Tokyo, for the the only twenty twenty, and then the voice actors think about putting their voices of the characters that we broadcast on Italia one for next year or twenty twenty one I. Don't know what I just read, but I'm really glad I read it. Yeah, yeah, my favorite was. Did you sketchy because it sounds like associates, yeah. So that was the thing. And that's the questions. Do we have any other thoughts about episode six, or can we wrap up mini me with good? That's it. That's the thought. Maybe that is a thought. Mamie was good. We can just like delete this whole recording and just say like all at the same time. Mimi is good because that really would favorite. The episode was MS so much better than I expected. Yeah, an unhappy for this I was anxious. Collect all they. This could be where the show goes bad, but no, we get Mamie. We get her being a technical genius. Mamie and I'm so here for that. All right thanks for listening and next time we'll be watching episode seven. That boy is joke it. Oh, do we have any thoughts or predictions drew? On is going to be a good I'm excited I'm excited for Joe Phenomenal so excited for Gunderman. Because gum on sore good Gome on might be the best partner Moan and on and tantamount always like the tops of in Yeah my top favorites because they're so emotive. Yup, argument's fine, but Talmon download pretty good anything else. It's ironic that a show that try where characters had already gone through a bunch of stuff had to regress everyone's characters and show where none no one has gone through. Anything did the exact opposite. Yeah, I know like that because they've. The series this series is going well so far and I really hope AH capes this up because it keeps up this level of quality. It'll be better than at Mohan. Yeah I. Agree with that because by like at had a couple of like not good episodes at this point in time like they went bad, but they weren't. Incredible and I feel like soifer adventure colonies above that and I kind of wish it was called Sigh, because I'm really sick of saying ditching what adventure no, not that one or just didn't want. Venture Cohen Yeah so I really wish like some people still calling it Si- and I kind of wish I had continued to call it soy, but yeah, it is now adventure, Colon, twenty, twenty, five million. That's what I call it Yep. Yep All right, so thank you for listening and thank you for joining me absolutely and thanks to sustain heavy for the thoughts. Thoughts and hopefully Stephen Join US next time. Indeed so the link tumbling description, our red bubbles, awesome description and get moving to. 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A Lighthearted Look at Wedded Bliss

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

28:39 min | 10 months ago

A Lighthearted Look at Wedded Bliss

"Hi this is Jim. Daly joined focus on the family on January twenty fourth in Washington. DC for the march for life the world's largest pro-life event register now right focus on the family dot com slash march for life. I'm Jim Daly before we start. Today's program I wanNA take a moment to thank all of you who gave sacrificial to focus on the family this past month. Thanks to some generous friends. We had nine million match campaign during the month. The December the biggest one we ever had and I'm thrilled to report that you met the match. Thank you so much for your faithfulness and encouragement not only to our team. I'm here focus but to the hundreds of thousands of families the married couples parents children and single adults who will be blessed by the broadcast and resources verses that we together will provide twenty twenty so again. Thank you for your partnership with focus on the family. They gotta have. Your driver's license renewed every four years. But you don't have to. Have your marriage license renewed ever well. That's an interesting perspective. Something I hadn't heard before Welcome to focus on the family with your host Jim Bailey. And I'm I'm John Fuller agenda. Laughter is a great way for us to get over some of the discomforts of everyday life and our guest. John Brennan will help us get some perspective on on our own marriages as he takes a humorous look at his at. You know it's so easy to get tunnel vision and focus on the problems that you have with your spouse and sometimes there really is value in taking a step back and just recognizing the fact that men and women are very different and a lot of our conflicts stem Kim from those gender differences when we aired this program in two thousand sixteen. It became one of our top ten shows for the years. So I know you're really going to enjoy this. lighthearted look at the marriage relationship and the true value of lasting love illustrated by a poignant story John we'll share in just a few minutes tenets and the audio is from John Brian's comedy DVD called wedlock and. I'll explain the visuals here. John is at the Department of motor vehicles US sitting next to a rather quiet stranger musing out loud about marriage and you'll hear the other man respond once or twice here now. Is John Brennan on Focus. Focus on the family. I've been I've been married for twenty one years the same person and I think that the secret to a long term relationship ship is flexibility adaptation. You've got pretty much bend with the wind. or it'll just knock you flagged because it's always in a state Affleck's it's always changing after twenty one years. She's not the same girl that I married. Relationship is a lot more intense. She asks me questions the questions that I don't know the answers to questions that no man has ever known the answers to deep probing impossible questions. What are you thinking? I'm a guy I'm thinking nothing. Nothing zero zilt Zip not nothing. She's a girl. Girls cannot think nothing that it never happens. We're never mind is blank are still billions of calculations flying through angles being considered thoughts being processed and organized colors being coordinated. She's like four Gigahertz. Two hundred fifty six Mary. Tara might file serving computer. I'm like that little solar calculator. That comes free with cigarettes. Am I still spend time with other guys. You know me and the guys go out. We talk never once have I ever ever said. Hey Al what you think. Because I don't care plus he's a guy I know what he's thinking. Nothing Jones to borrow stuff from me that I never have tissue and Kleenex can buy tissue tissue characters. You Know Mental Kerry. Sorry Kleenex Guy Carrying Kleenex wearing long. Sleeves it's redundant the I guess what I'm saying is I've never really been much of a fitter inner. I've never been a longer high school. It was that way grown up all the way through high school. The car drove in high. School was Brown Chevy Vega two doors and three speeds that was a chick magnet. Poor man's Pinto so I had no girlfriends in highschool head more sisters than the Catholic Church. The and then a couple of years after graduation this Miracle Long Game Lori Long game this girl and she said I love you. I really love you. I should had been suspicious right there. I should've known I was in over my head and we started planning the wedding planning wedding. We had a wedding rehearsal. So that's what you told me John like. Why is it tricky because yes it's fake? I don't mind aw. I don't mind rehearsing just practice. Something there were so many things I needed practice on. There were so many things I didn't know how to do still gonNA do. And consequently twenty years is later. I'm still use practice thousand things I could use could use practice dropping off to sleep at night with a pair of sub zero feet in my back frostbitten. My kidneys the US practice standing in the women's Clothing Department department in front of the dressing room door holding her purse trying to hang onto a shred masculine dignity and even getting used to each other just occupying the same sleeping space at the same time. That's difficult getting used to each other's nuances. She's a morning person. Morning parcells son barely breaks over the horizon. She's hovering over the bed. What what sleepyhead? The Sky is blue. You know what I would rather here at six o'clock in the morning everyone on the ground. This is a stick up because at least a stick of guys will let you down. The birds are singing. That is the only sound that they know how to make you know what I think. I think one bird gets up early in the noise outside the windows. All the other birds going shot and even climbing into ed together occupying the same sleeping space takes. She's my wife. I love her but there are still times when I will climb into bed next to her. Pulled her over close. I can smell her perfume. Start to kiss the back of her neck blowing her here she looks absolutely and says what are you thinking it. I don't know what do you think she goes. I just thinking they give people the dish towel small more efficient we get to the kitchen. That is exactly what I was thinking. Let's go do it now. Maybe we'll we're up. I can spackle then into the relationship came to children. We had four babies somehow spackling accident. It changes everything I learned so much. I learned that they separate pregnancy. I learned to suffering pregnancy into three things called trimesters and the reason I called trimesters is because during that time the husband tries to muster up the strength. Stay in the house with a pregnant woman. I first trimester. First Trimester two cells come together form a tiny human being the second trimester that tiny human being begins to grow. Oh and then the third trimester. The pregnant woman changes from a human being into a Tasmanian Devil. So I come in the front door. And she's boom back wipe. Where's the cat in? It was at that moment in my life when I realized this is not the same girl that I married. This is not the same species that I married. After just a couple of years of marriage you start to see size of each other that are kept hidden when you're dating dated. She never devoured small domesticated masticated mammals. I would have remembered that at the same time there's parts there's parts of becoming a new father. There aren't completely terrifying kind of heart warming like when she was about six months along into the first pregnancy she developed this this intense desire to learn everything she could about becoming a mother carrying children raising children. Because it was our baby was my baby and she wanted to do it. Perfectly this your baby. John Leaning citing sucking the life out of my organs like a parasite. You're making me blow like a fish on the beach doing backflips on my planner. All because of you I love so she went to library. She got books on the subjects. You subscribe to magazines so by the time the baby's arrived. We were perfect parents. She because of months of loving maternal research and by default NOPE. I had her to explain everything to me. All the stuff I had to know like trading off feedings in the middle of the night. Baby cry and she'd nudge me when you hear that crying. Baby that is your the book says it. Daddy should take a turn feeding for bonding. And so so I stumbled down the hall into the kitchen looking for bottles and then it would occur to me. Hey we're breastfeeding. This is GonNa hurt like a monkey and in the midst of all of it in the midst of unanswered questions and confusion of roles and kids flying around the planet in the middle of all all the chaos. I'm still expected to be romantic. Still expected to breathe new wind on the numbers of Romance She will appear from nowhere. Take me someplace. Uh Take me someplace nice because we never go anywhere. That's why we stay home all the time. I must say there's someplace where would you take me someplace. Take place now. Where do you WANNA go? Oh I don't want to tell you what to take me would ruin everything you have to think someplace to go so I got tickets to the tractor. Pull that was wrong. We have so many friends whose cummerbunds match the flowers matched addresses and they marched down. The aisle took took a vow until death. Do US part. And then it parted and they weren't dead love takes longer than that takes. Lifetime takes a whole lifetime to learn what really annoys them. So you can do it again then again again if you stick with it. Eventually you'll zero in on the source of conflict. You'll figure out what it is. It causes the two of you to a fight. Laurie and I did. It's me. I remember the first fight that I caused. It was right after we got married and I wanted to go out with the guys you know just me and the guys like we used to roll. Time's sake. She wanted me to stayed with her and cut the cake and throw a bouquet and even now sometimes she'll get me back into a corner maneuvered so I can't escape and she'll say John. Listen Sweetie I was just reading. COSMO great eight. Bring it on. If you could start all over again if you can wipe the sleekly. Hey look at me. This is important you could start all over again and wipe the slate clean start afresh which you get married again and the speed with which you answer. That question is as important as the answer itself and the truth is after twenty one years. The answer to that question is yes I would. I would marry the exact same named girl again because what I've learned over these years. Is that the two of us together are somehow better than the sum of the individual parts and she is so many things I could never be and I'm so many things that she doesn't want to be it's complementary we haven't mastered it. We're still learning both of us. I'm learning that. She's like a like a flower flower with infinite pedals and each pedal is a little more complex and a little more lovely than the pedal to preceded it and it's GonNa take a lifetime. Examine every subtle nuance every tiny. Little Facet of her personality that makes it unique and special different different from all the rest and beautiful and our favorite color. I know how she looks in the morning. I know where she is. I know she cooks beep. You Ancient Family Recipes Microwave Popcorn family recipe. Is this side up. I know how she drives. She's she's got this motto. Well we pay for insurance we might as well use it. She does stuff with insurance. I could never do. She hit a deer. She wanted a deer. That was already dead toward a running board off. The car knocked. Wheels all out of alignment and she was so upset and Jonathan Minimum. I didn't get mad. I couldn't get mad because you know those deer crossing signs by the road. They always show the deer like this. Never show them like this late at night on long trips when I'm driving she'll sit up front with me and she'll go well. It's a long long trip. Probably be tired. Aren't you this late at night along with you and keep you company. Help you stay awake five miles down the road but she's sound asleep so this is what I do pull into the first. I rest park that I come to the semis idling with their lights on pull nose to nose with the semi throw the car in neutral. Hit The gas but you know what happened after the wedding cake was eaten and the flowers wilted all the thank. Yous have been sent out out after that. After the wedding then real life settled in and real life. Day to day. Life is hard and it's mundane and it doesn't feel the way it feels when you're dating Sunday it doesn't feel like it's worth it and every time those feelings come over me. I have these memories in my great grandparents. Our GRANDPA Frank Mamie when we were little we'd go over to their house. My brother and Niane great grandpa frank would sit in a big overstuffed chair by the window. We'd stand right in front of him and he leaned forward in that chair and talk with his hands all the stuff that little boys are supposed to know you know. He taught us telling build a treehouse up in the branches. The floor wooden sag roof wouldn't leak taught us how to sit on the handlebars of our bikes and riding backwards downhill with groceries groceries. All afternoon in the rocking chair right next to him was my grandmother Mamie and she would laugh at the same jokes. She'd heard him tell a billion times before the middle of the store story. He looked over pat her on the link at her jump right back in and never miss a beat and his years went by. We started to notice Mamie was having trouble remembering things like the names of the neighbors that lived right next next door. So my great-grandfather job became to just be with meinie constantly. Make sure she didn't forget something. Important like unplugging an iron shutting off the stove bovine but she got worse. I'm pretty soon. She was more than he can handle all by himself. He was too old so they had to move out of their house and into a nursing home and I remember at the time that we went to visit the nursing home. dinnertime Greg GRANPA. Frank sat across the table for Mamie. His plate sat over to the side. Got Cold well. He took one spoonful at a time from in her plate. Fed it to her. And you'd Smile Wink. Take a Napkin wiper Chin. Maybe couldn't use the toilet by herself so every time she had to go he take her in and help with all of those responsibilities every single time during all those years when he was doing that we never heard him complain and he never wants snapped and said you know what I'm an old man and I've had a long tough life too and now I can't even blink with name around because if I do she may wander off or she'll fall and hurt herself off and I have to feed her. I have to take toilet. You never complained and there was a day that my brother and I went to visit nursing home. Great GRANDPA frank sadness. Big overstuffed chair looked up at the two of US and said you know boys and there was a tear right here. He said maybe maybe he doesn't know who I am anymore. The first complaint that I ever heard him speak about his little bride. It didn't seem to bother him to have to feed her and bathe her and take her to the restroom. What broke his heart was when all of those times where over two of them were married for seventy years seventy anniversaries with the same person and I'm positive that after all of those decades she was not the same girl that he married? She didn't look the same. They didn't do the things they used to do. They were young and strong. She couldn't even remember who he was. But there's no doubt my grandfather was still crazy in love with her because love is not what you feel. Love is what you do. What a touching way to end this? It is rather lighthearted. Look at marriage on today's episode of focus on the family featuring John Brennan. Oh Wow. I love John's last line. 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Episode 162: Ponte Tu Mascara!

Latinos Who Lunch

1:03:51 hr | 4 months ago

Episode 162: Ponte Tu Mascara!

"Did he did. Sh a five eighty. What's happening? You know how there's so much going on right now everywhere. No, I'm just kidding. Yeah, of course. So I really don't think we should be adding sexual and reproductive health to your to Your Care Lis- right now, but guess what Mamie Planned Parenthood is here for you to ease your mind and give you the care you need with planned parenthood Taylor health services, and you know what planned. Parenthood has been there for me in the past, and they're here for you to wherever you are. Because they know care can't wait not now not. Not Ever there telehealth services provide birth control, information and care STI testing and treatment, emergency, contraception, and more get care is your mind and save a trip planned parenthood telehealth makes it easy to reach an expert in your area by phone or video setup a telehealth appointment with a planned parenthood medical professional by phone or video today go to planned parenthood dot org slash telehealth. The website once again is planned parenthood dot org slash telehealth. I could say I. Contraceptive Crohn's deception. God Okay We. That's planned parenthood dot org slash telehealth. I see Oma cincy you. Did he did they? Sh-. This is not a five, and this is by legal and we are. Let's who luncheon the podcast talk about important things like. I feel God saw. Hello Hello Hello. Issue gets you show. How are you? I'm good I'M NOT GONNA lie unbelievable. My. My, Sabrina is. Getting. Taken out, it's very common, no big deal but I'm still like. She's so little and it's. And it's scary to be in the hospital right now, Girl! It's only my my sister, and hard like they lead the dad come in east, biased tons and mentally he's been crying and crying and crying. It says. Yeah, but it's all. It's all good. It's all going to be fine so recent hope she gets better. Yes, everybody. Everybody sent positive thoughts. Does knees, yes. Everything's good just. Drinking some coffee girl? This is speaking of the hospital. Okay not to make light of this, but. That's what I do. This is something that I've been telling my family, but GONNA WE LANDAU OKAY recording. Let me just tell you. We're recording this on June seventeenth. Yeah, so. A. Lot ahead of time. Even even now I'm sure right now. We're in the middle of a thick of the second wave here in Las Vegas, I'm just GonNa. Do a prediction was cattle style baby? Because guess what me, my fucking family this past weekend they had a pool party and okay great. It's safer to be outside. Okay, but those have though say like to take a Selfie to take pictures like okay. Have outdoor. Get togethers, but please please where mass please social distance I'm not going any family. Get togethers anymore. It stresses me out and this is what I've been trying to tell them is like in my past family members. You know when somebody gets sick in my family, my Guatemalan or Mexican family. It's a fucking gotten us out of that hospital. Everybody fucking shows up. You know like. The you know the foot of the hospitals trash if you get covert and you have to go to the hospital. You can't have a governess out at the hospital girl. Literally one person is allowed to enter with. You. so please. Because because people I keep hearing. People say West Seaman Faramoz informal. Solo you're savvy. Meccano Mytalk Mytalk I'm like well. You girl, you go. First of all. It's going to be very painful. If you get if you get sick with that. If you get past, you know if you get into critical condition, it's going to be off on. Guess what you're going to be there without any fucking family, so think about that. You know like come on. Come on what I have to say now people are still pretending. Nothing's going on, and you know what. I don't know I just have to keep talking about it I. Guess I don't know girl. We went to the north side where all the why people's are. I went to making sourdough of course and shadow to all my students because. Let me, tell you. They rolled litter so port. They're making them making the mix our free. No, because they all will let ourselves so poured for my contract and I went through. And I was fucking balling. There were abused and I'm super super. Super Super Super appreciative of all of you. Thank you I love you all. So I've been. We've been baking so I. was like fuck it? I'm going to go deliver some, and you know my way to say. Thank you, so we went to the north side it's. Going to be getting Goldman like a was. It was like it was like fucking gay pride. It was just like everybody was out and about holding hands no mask. There was a food like a street food festival would hundreds of people in the streets we pass by it and both my husband and were like. Like, that was her immediate reaction like I let just driving around. That area gave us so much fucking anxiety people don't give a fuck privilege stand. Kelly's Bama really think they're untouchable. The nothing's going to happen, but we both is not about you about everybody else where you're gonNA fucking onto had it's so scary, but anyway we serve A. Car I was just leaving bread in the door like Bhai because you know. I need to keep my distance. Serving, please put a mask on. Okay. Just that's the minimum you can do if if you're going to be in public. Put a fucking mask on, and I know even if it's performance. Okay like the TSA it's still makes you feel safer, and it's still keeps people aware of like looking out for danger so even if You know you're not contagious. Whatever you know, we don't know anything, but even if you're like okay, I'm going to go into the store and just try to stay six feet away from people. You'd have that visual. Of the mass to let people know like hey. I care about what I care about myself. I care about you. I care about what's happening in the world. That's what that means right. Okay, it's not there to fucking oppress you if you think putting on a fucking mask as oppression bitch, you're lucky you ain't nobody. motherfucking. Let me just say that. That's all my Gosh Me Nemo Bangash Pincher Mascara Oh my God So. Anyway I feel like we need to get right into these listener letters girl, because we always say, we're GONNA, try to get through them and we answer one so. Let's take dedicated to one letter. Shout out to my student I. Know The last letter was one or students. Maybe. Let's try to read to this episode. Concept. Let's make that a goal. Let's take a little break, and then we'll be right back. Did he take. O. MGB. So what have you been doing on your time off? Muscat Butter! The casinos very creative with my time I. Being Coloring my Latinos, who launch ABC's of Latino that coloring book. How all my God the coloring book designed in collaboration with Giovanni Luganda Shadow to go. We worked on a very hard while he did most of the time. We just met a few times, but Gio worked on a very hard for for over a year here and there when he had time and. It's just full of really amazing illustrations based on episode, Ninety, nine and one hundred actually of Latinos who lunch, so if you haven't checked it out, and if you want to buy one, you can still get them. It's only limited prince guys because. It's a lot of work out to y'all so and also. This is like a lot of disclaimers, but the postal service is taking forever forever forever right now, so if you have somebody's birthday coming up like in a couple of days, it's probably not gonNA. Get y'all. 'cause I'm trying to not price the books so high so that they're more affordable, so I'm using Media Mel, which can take up to like two weeks to get to you, okay? Just so that postage is in his expense some so anyway. Order online called Temple, but just so you know there's only about five hundred left, and then that's it. I'm not going to. I can't do this anymore. I just think of this color in books like limited edition. Yes, you have to get more than one copy I. Molina shadow to you. She sent me a picture of little. Google coloring individual keys more. Page so you have to get one for your kids to up and one for the collection and other one for needing patterns because we're GONNA be inside for a while more and you need something to do with your time. Yes, all right so you can go to Latinos who lunch slash coloring book and get it there. The deep, deep, deep, deep, deep, shish. Okay, we're back. Wow, what a smooth commercial so! Let's get into these listener, letters Do you want to read it or should I don't be? Okay, this is from Juliet from an artist to another artist about an artist Sandra. We GonNa poem this time girl. Okay says Hello Queens. Julia I am a May Ghana Queer, data analyst in California, working for a nonprofit organization helping children I love all things are adore you both so much listening to Lwin. So. You're pretty much my best friends. The reasons for my email is because I've recently seen a post on instagram that really got under my skin and artist who creates lego people, versions of characters in shows and other things. He likes recently created the cast of a new show on Netflix. It's called the circle. Have you seen the circle? BABS NOPE? Oh, girl! YOU GOT TO WATCH! is. Is Fun, okay I like the show and follow some of the cast so I happened to see his. Lego people in a shared post. Why would I be offended well? He yellow washed all the characters. Other creations are true to color, and others are not I have no idea how he decides. Who is yellow and who is true to skin color equal? Commenting oh sorry, but the fact that he makes a decision to Unicolor. Certain people didn't sit well with me I left a comment asking why everyone was the same color, and he basically replied, he was sticking to the original lego color of yellow. He then went on to private. Message me, saying he is assist white gay man who advocates for diversity They all do and also is a feminist. Et cetera those. Sounding the part, but his actions to me did not match. Yes, he apologized and said he would work on being a better ally although I appreciate it his apology and stating he would do better. It unsettles me because while many people claim to be allies and fight for the cause this fun activity has zero acknowledgement for how problematic removing color for real people can be. He was pretty shook at my calling him out so I'd say that was a win on my part, so my question to you would be. What are your thoughts on? Why artist who claim to be allies or not racist, but removed darker skin color from creations of real people. Just being a fun project, a good enough excuse to not be held accountable I. don't care for Lego. People are traditionally yellow. If you're making a la- LEGO or any work of our of a real person I believe skin color is important I wouldn't want to make light. A, lighter version, just as any white or white passing person would then end up grabbing a pitch pitchfork if they were made darker. Love you both Juliet. Juliet. What do you think, babs? I am? Friend him and move forward like. A man yes, obviously like. This is the thing that's what happens a lot. The representation of bodies in any medium. has takes responsibility you know should just be about reporting thing. This or that and people seem to forget that this is why. People do Fudge abstract, art Because they you know like it takes it. It takes knowledge of a lot of Fuckin- things. I'm glad you call him out. It was a scapegoat to give you. A private message is supposed to public message referencing himself as a fucking feminist and advocate for. Again as we mentioned in the last episode when you have to announce it, it's probably fucking lie so Is it worth to keep calling him out? I don't think so. He proffering making a lot of money off of this Shit I. Don't know, and I'm not really interested, but I think it is important. It is important to have this sort of representation obviously. When it comes to all kinds of different people of color, so thank you for calling him is a worth your time continuing to do the shed I don't think so, what do you think? I mean if you have the time, do it. Yeah, you made the guy think. Like okay. If you have the time of course, do it. You know now that I'm on social media more because I'm trying to be a little bit more active when it comes to like advocating different causes, and you know on your instagram like for you page. It like suggests things that you would like this. Shit is also like reading. Fill like it's like. It's just like drag Queens, and like bear like gay bear sites. Counts, I'm like okay. You know what I like. Drag Queens embarrassed. Cool thanks so much and so. And so the. The so many of these fucking bear accounts. They're just white dudes with beards. Licensing and they they find these images on the Internet, all over the place so I started just being like. Hey, on the comments like hey. Had this account for four years, and you've never posted a black person. I I'm pretty sure. There's black. People have beards that can be on the site. I. I don't understand what's happening and they never respond. Racism within the Queer within the gay community that's. And people like to ignore that Shit and people forget that like a lot of this concert. Sis dudes just like their dudes. Men like come on, yeah! If your pride, parade is not intersectional if it doesn't include Trans Women if it doesn't include black people if it doesn't include non binary people, it's not fucking pride parade okay. Shania Twain did not throw the first. So that we could be having white pride parades. Okay so. Oh, my gosh, but as far as lego thing at first I was like you know what this might be a little bit of overreaction. It's Lego people, but if you think about it. Well, the thing that got me about this. He has painted white skin tones on other characters before so aware of skin tone and kind of like the simpsons. You know like yellow, but there white. You know like that's why you know. The Black Cop on the simpsons is Brown. He's not a yellow person like they distinguish that not saying that the simpsons is great, because the simpsons is really fucked up on, so many levels but. Even the simpsons new like Oh yeah we. We have to acknowledge that these are people of color you know and. So I I do I do understand that. Do you know what it sounds to me like? Yeah, like a fucking lazy artists. That's all it is that that's of course if you're white and you don't, and you never think about skin tone, because since you were a kid, you've had a crown on the crown box represented the your skin tone. What everybody thought it? Skin tone was because bandaids always made in your skin tone because nude allusion tights are always met in your skin tone because you know when you did. You make. Of course you're not gonNA think of that, so you know what Juliette you disrupted this guy's thought and next time he decides to render a black lego person. He's GonNa think about it, and that's great. You know and so shot Lego, but I'm sure they probably use like. Child Labor, but anyway. Shout out to Lego. I Dunno, Legos are so expensive. I bet they are made a humane league because there fucking expensive. Have you ever bought legos before Nope I. Oh my God i! told me. As soon as costing the minimum napping cheap Salihu. Do like I never. Oh, yeah, you're not good at. Good that Ed all. These deal. I used to love Legos, but they're so fucking expensive. I could only play with them at my cousin's house, but. Lego took every single item that they had to had law enforcement in it. They took it off of their shelves. That's clear. No, they're no longer glorify glorifying the police, which most of our media does over and over and over again east. L. Show cops. I didn't know that shed was around. Like I can't believe that show was still around. When somebody like yeah, it's cancel I was like what the? There's a show now called live. PD where it's like live cops live Mike. Dave, taken it up a notch. Is Komo. One tire. Shutout to Gustavo and undo. Reggie said she is like elpidio. These must dynamic eastern one time I saw this show life and like there was somebody shot in the floor Yell Patio, these goes to this person and the flooring goes like Lithuania Komo. Like that kind of Eastman and the thing. Is that studies for us out of the Marines. Mom, because that's what attracts people or whatever, but it's like it's. A mighty Komo. It's like a type of of journalism that is just like. Just to amplify spectacle. I don't know like is just like I. Know Google might use much bad betty small. You know what I mean. Okay and but it the basis of all of that and the people that are affected of course it's it's so fucking oppressive. But a life, fucking op show. That's so fucking crazy. Yes, they have a live cop show and. I've been. I just took recently of this person who 'cause you know when when they're doing these protests like the cops kinda stake out and find a place like in dark parking, lot or like behind a school. And this girl, she saw the cops of like getting ready to like surround the protesters, and she got US speaker from her house and put it on the roof of her house, pointing at the cops because she could see them, and she played a what you're GONNA DO A. Voice bad boys. She like played it so loud at the cops. Joke like Oh shits, but he see us. Look towards the music and she just waves it them. Boys, bad boys good. It started playing time for cops. That's. Really you, please. Tell everybody the name of that Tiktok. You send me like calling out the fucking people in Congress kneeling down own girl. You know talk is so hard to find anything I downloaded it. So I will I'll put the Lincoln. The show notes for the TIKTOK. Okay. Okay WanNa read the next one. Okay, this is Justin Yam Boston show hi five e and Bubby Lido. My name is sending recently went to the live recording of Latinos who lunch at Bu. It was super dope to see you five and a appreciate getting to chat with you and might have bid after the show. I'm going to see Perovic tomorrow and excited to see your pieces at Mass Moca. Later this month I had a question that was actually spark by the portion of the live, recording the last two questions if I, remember correctly came from and fully assuming here too white. Passing Spanish teachers, asking for resources to use in their classes was to people who often discuss being in this sort of spaces panels presentation CETERA. What are your thoughts reactions when you get this sort of resources based questions from wide wide passing folks, and maybe even more specifically. I'm thinking what is often the case of why did the caters working with students of color? I will love to hear your thoughts much love. Enya thanks you send. Yeah, yeah, that's a great question because it it. It always uncomfortable for me when people do that to me like then public. And then publicly, so they're like what? What are the resources that you recommend like? I'm a fucking. I'm not a Spanish teacher girl. I do a podcast about like reading listener letters, and about my experience as a as an artist you know. Why would I know about Spanish I don't know but a lot of times. This is this actually is kind of related to the last email is like. People of Color You know they when they're on a panel. Or when a when we are hosting something, we are just seen as the expert of everything relating to race, Let. The Spanish language when when like if that was if that was a white podcast up there with why people there would have been like. Can you tell us Can you give us the best resources on on teaching? English, like what is this? This ain't growing. Why does this case? You. Can you give us the best? Can you give us the best resources to making a casserole? Oh my God so like. It's kind of frustrating, but at the same time you know we do have this podcast and I understand that we're like a little bit more. Aware when it comes to like certain things in academia, so maybe for you, that would have been an appropriate question, but for me like it's obvious that these people maybe didn't listen to the show. So I don't even remember what my response was. Just like Google local you asking me, you know. there. There's like the double standard right like you would never ask a white person to represent. Everything that whiteness is or like or that or you know like? To to represent a whole country or to represent a whole region of the world, right? That's Absu. That's upsetting. But that often happens the next time I. Get a question like this is what I'm going to answer like. It's a really unfair question. Asked me and you know, and that's okay. You can answer like that and it's and I think it's both I think it's that. I think it's the fact that the live show it's not the only place where those type of questions have been asked to us, but also taking the responsibility the yes, we have this show and we are offering a life platform. Gene Gusta way. You know, so. I think it's a little bed. I think it's a little bit of both of Keith making them aware that this type of questions. That were not the experts of you know of the world, and when it comes to some of those things, but at the same time is like bed. Also appreciate you here, so this is what I can offer you and I think. I. Think with that. You will make those people aware. Of the problem and maybe next time they think about it. Twice and they. They pose questioning a different way. You know which because it is valid. It's valid question on knowing fog, but it is valid yeah, and if you WANNA ask a question just to hear yourself talk or Also a lot of times, people ask questions just to affirm to the room that they're not racist or they're like a cool white person. If you feel the need to do that. The question you should be asking is hello. Hi, hi, my name is Suzanne What is your account? What is your cash up account? Thank you so much, and that's it. That should be the question you're asking. Send Me fucking money for my labor. Bitch! That's that's the if you don't know, what if you WANNA ask a question just to hear yourself talk and seemed like an ally. Next time I do a talk. Asked me what my account is. That would be a wonderful question and announce it to the room, and everybody can send me money right away, okay? Question Go. Oh, yeah, my turn right. From. Is it more knicks? How you would say this okay and the subject. Is Marina Okay all? I've been listening for a while, and I'm happy to finally be able to support you. On Patriot hopefully I can keep doing since I've gotten some extra work lately I learned so much from you to an also. You turned me onto some great other podcasts, because of you I'm a Falker now. Friend of Korean with OPTIMA, show. A live comedy show a couple of weeks ago. It was really fun, okay. Anyway, just want to give you some love and also ask that when you shout out them, Rina's next. Can You please call me? Mother in a I'm non binary and use gender-neutral. Possible Spanish, is fucking hard for that, but hopefully the ending well catch on i. need a practice that myself, but I don't actually have. Anyone speaks Spanish with other than my family on the phone. I pretty much get my Spanish on Via podcasts, and it's not caught on much yet. A little background I grew up in Puerto Rico and haven't spoken Spanish regularly and so long I moved to the US in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety six so i. don't use the e ending conversationalist for myself because I already struggle to hold onto the language and being a trans person is hard enough in English when you have to adjust words that you're used to. To spitting out so rewiring my brain in Spanish for the F. for myself feels like too much of a burden I'm already self conscious about how much I've slipped in my Spanish over the years, and that feels like an extra hurdle to put myself to put on myself, but of course I will do my best. Do it for others, and I would love it if it becomes so much more common than and I'm getting to hear the on podcast. That's my way. I consume Spanish and if it reaches that point where I feel confident, comfortable all go all in with the, but in light of that or like instead of L. or a but in light of where we are culturally I have chosen L. for myself in Spanish. Because that's less rewiring of my brain and more accessible, slash understandable for others outside of the Queer community plus I am so much more L. Than Aso. I'm okay with the with the compromise. If you want me to explain anything, further have anymore questions I would be delighted to get into a war. That's yes equivalency. Monique's they them L.. All right awesome. Great this is good and I'm glad that we should we change the whole entire thing to marina I mean we can say mother. D- name three Phnom Marino. We can include everybody right, okay? Yeah, this is great. Let's be more inclusive. I completely agree. We did the categories. Comedy, say Feminine or what's the right terminology for that it's. Like sorts Amiga Goma. And and Marina because this is a queer podcasts, and we're always calling each other girl, so you know it's about us. right. Obviously, you're part of the L. WWL FAM- now, and if you wanna be called a marina. Fuck out we'll call you. Back and honestly letty next has really hot, and you know it looks cool when you're right at uncover of a book or whatever, but the term Latina that have let the let the is much easier to say conversationally in Spanish so, and I've actually already seen it being used of course in academia, but and and Spanish podcasts. The one that you recommended a while ago, Beverly Toe with with the Trans Woman They use Marie. Lay US like Latina instead of of Latin next. The already. There's already people that are using it out there, so we'll do our best to try to try to use that. And of course when we shot you out mornings, we're going to say mother coast and they're right like. Is All about gender like everything is gender the Zell Mava style so far. Can you tell them in my living room recording? So it is really. And is really complicated, and and some people may say all like it's almost like impossible to change the language which concentrate on other struggles, but we have to start somewhere and I think if we start if you can, if you get to interrupt somebody's Day. By making them rethink, some of these ideas That's already that's already a big fight, so I think it is important to start and think you for letting us know and we'll. We'll definitely do that. And then there's a lot of like tiptoeing around this within the community, even within our friends I recently had a friend come out as non binary and and You know I'm used to calling them. He and so. It's taken some time for me to start rewiring brandon. I still accidentally do it. You know Letterhead and conversation with them recently and they were like. Just the fact that you're trying it's it's very affirming, and and the fact that you're trying to affirm my gender identity and I can see you trying it. It doesn't offend me when you when you accidentally call me. He because I'm slowly transitioning out of that and I, know that some of my family members may never call me that, so I, cannot he. They said this to me like I. I if I let that fester like that's not good for me, so they said like I really have to understand that. this. This is the process, and also you know since my gender identity. I understand it a little better now. That's still part of my Paso. It's okay to embrace that, so there's many levels to this, but I just want to say like if you fuck up somebody's gender identity, just the fact that you're. That you're. In, the fact that you're trying that's really great. Two years down the line. That's on you. Get Your Shit together. It doesn't take that long. If you try for a year like it'll stick, you know that's what you gotTa. Do you just gotTa? Keep trying. Awesome, Okay Nick later is from Angelica ORLA. Alito, I've been thinking. A lot of one piece stuck out to me in episode. One forty six, when Bubba leader was talking about his academic work in how he feels, he has made it. Oh, my God. How Times have changed so fast? Now. Okay holding on by a thread. I've felt that deeply. I have worked so hard for the past eight years in my own research work. I started working knowing anything about my topic. He wasn't until I was deeply inside the world I was documented. Daddy hit me. How much I was learning and have been given access to I, had to go over a lot of hurdles, and while they didn't deter me. Rather, but rather feel my passion to continue documenting this cultural production. It wasn't until begins speaking at conferences that I realized I knew my shit good for you yet. When Mobility spoke about imposter syndrome and being in the room and recognizing you are the expert. I thought about how hard it is for me. When I have enter spaces that are mostly male. Am I, not be deeply tied to Mexico or have the same experiences that others have, but I am the expert in the room, which is why when he said quote I might not know it all, and that's okay and of quote I finally realized that it's Okay I can be an expert in still not know everything, lastly, going back to episode one forty-sevens Reader's letters when you all talked about the song, and whether or not it had been plagiarized. It reminded me of December when I stood. Stood in in cal state, decided to take my whole thesis and use it for his own well I. Am home being quarantine I am working on my third bulk book. Wow, and I thought of how fucked up. It is when we still have this gas lighting much. She's the ASO's in Ghana spaces who still run over other folks I have not overcome that yet so I hope you both can help me. Come to terms with this or give me advice of how to process it. Of astles and Calica. Suman. Thank you so much for that. Things have changed as we mentioned in the last episode. Everything that is happening right now. It's really making show institutions, their true colors, so I went from multiple offers to maybe an employee, but that's okay, that's okay. I still very privilege. I like I can possibly collect an employment and work on my book. I'm alright. It did take me a long time. To be able to say I'm the expert on the subject in the room. Even though some conferences you are speaking to the experts, and that's when they imposter. Syndrome kicks in as I mentioned before. Going to go away and a lot of those people that you think they're going to call you out. They're afraid of you calling them out. So it's it's it's just it goes back and forth always comment on how fuck insecure why people always come come off s like? Oh, like they know everything. Everybody's insecure like we're all taking on each other. You know this whole covert thing. Thing has made me realize how much more aware we are of each other. When you go to the store like your saw, aware of WHO's next to you and he wasn't like that anymore, but it really is a metaphor how we leave our lives. We're always think we're being watched. We always think that when we walk in the street, we've been looked at and vice versa. Like we'll worrying about that. In at the same time, we're so into our own shed that we don't give a fuck so I and it takes time I. Think it's practice, the more and more and more and more you do it I. Remember the first time I presented in a conference I. Cut my hair, Mickelson. I practiced like three in the morning, and my comfort in my precision was like eight in the morning I was fucking shaking and now I throw a joke here and they're like I just, but it's. It's one of those things that just like with everything after practicing something for several years. It's okay I'm being wrong. It's also part of being an expert. You know like the idea. When it comes to this platform, you're offering a dialogue. You're not going to answer everything, and that's how that one of the biggest lessons from Grad School. How to ask the right questions, so I read an entire papers around the idea of posing good question that hopefully will spark It will spark some some dialogue. Also. Yeah in academia people are GonNa Steal Your shed. So you have to be very careful. It's happened to me. Many happened to in Grad school like it just happens. So. You have to be very added. To, Out Saddam. You have to be very aware of what you put out in the world and know the just with art. Once you put it out there. It's not yours anymore, so that's why I'm mentioning this idea of good questions because he views set up a book, conference a an essay. They you think you put a good enough question that is going to start something like a spark conversations. Chances are that people may quote you May. May Use your scholarship for their own, and also not not not give you credit, but that's why you need to know if it's good. If I if I put articles and I put in my book on native resistance and I ended up starting a conversation where let people start talking and writing about native assistance without quoting me or without giving me credit. That's fine because I want people to be aware of the shed. That doesn't matter. You know so. It depends on what you do win and what you're working on so next time when you working on your working your third bug men economic. Even get my fucking book proposal together now that you're working on that, think about the questions that you're opposing the type of conversations and dialogues. You're sparking in hopefully if that gets out of control to the point that somebody's taking your work, it wouldn't be so much of a burden on you and your legacy and your work and the work of your family. Because everything you do it's you your family and your friends, because everybody's putting energy into this and yeah and lastly. I will go and listen to our episode with a network guess Google her read all of her shed, and I think she has her stuff in an academic that Edu 'cause she calls out all of this Chicano matches does with her Scottish scholarship in a beautiful way. She talks about how. Chicano history always ignores women sample all in with her work. There's there's all this history of all these Mickey connel's being lynched, and we concentrate on that hero Chicano. Male glorified hero that was killed, but what about all the women that survive them that fight for justice for them? You know what I mean the same thing with a lot of things that are happening right now. Now like we need to go back and listen to black women and all the work that had been doing because they are also victims. Just because you're not kill doesn't mean you're not a fucking victim, and that's so common, and she kind of academia is disgusting so I totally totally totally hear you whenever us to you and thank you so much for that letter on Calico. Yeah on I'm that no, you know there's a lot of people that are you know that have been awakened by what's happened with the loss of black lives in current current times. You know with the beginning with the murder of George Floyd. But remember this has been happening for hundreds of years. There's been people in this country to have been fighting for civil rights for hundreds of years. So I. Hear a lot of podcasters talking like a now than ever like now it's really no people have been doing this just because you're paying attention now. I just feel like it's discrediting. A lot of the work that specifically black women have been doing for hundreds of years. Okay, so this is not the new baby. This is nothing new. It's just amplified right now because we all have cameras and we can see exactly exactly okay. And then I just a little just to see a couple of things. The experts that I respect the most are the experts that that that I go to that. I listened to podcasts that I. That I have appreciated when I see a presentation, it's it's people VAT that stem there as the expert, but also they're. They're not defensive when they are critiqued or asked a question that they don't know or that. They don't have all the information. I've seen it time and time again. People get really upset a lot of quote, unquote, academic experts or not even academic, just like mute. I've seen this in the arts. I've seen this music. You know when you when you question there. Or like their theories on on. You know what's right. What's wrong or whatever? They get really upset about it because they're only a lot of people only think within one box of it, so being an expert, but also being open to criticism is like really important. You need to learn how to fuck in. Listen boom. You have to know how to listen, and so as long as. As you go into a presentation knowing that you're less defensive and more open to this and. Also when people see you taking that in and really listening, saying wow, well I don't know as to a little bit more research on this, but this is what I know. That shows you that there's way more to learn. You know what I mean, but. Lot of people like to stand on pedestals and be NBA admired. You know but you know. If we WANNA look statues, we can just go to the Mat. You know all right. So I think we have time for one more see. Yeah, we have time for one more. Gamble and P, teacher podcasts slash listener question. Hi Beverly Fab Five, we are to Brown women who recently started a podcast called Brown noise. Oh my God, I! I literally have a logo made because I was going to start a new podcast called Brown noise, but you took by buck name. It's okay it's okay. Thank you for having a podcast. In which we now have to be more creative with my name, so it's fine. Okay, which? I. Chose meal in which we discuss our experiences as educators I'm so excited to listen to this podcast. Thank you for letting us. Know we have enjoyed L. WWL for years and decided to finally start our own podcast during the shelter in place where putting an episode and winch friends, and Family Shat out their favourite teachers, and we're curious. Who was your favorite teacher? And why thanks Gambling Pete? That's how you do it. People do see how they plug their own shit. And then asked us a cool question in. A paragraph and like three sentences. They didn't give us their life story. Thank you so much I'm definitely subscribing girl. Okay, same things. Oh Okay above alita. Who is your favorite teacher? And why but a teacher is in like like? High School and stuff. It doesn't say when I'm thinking younger right I'm thinking because you would. She would say professor, right or instructor right. Or the no like I really feel like the most impact I had was later in college, and for that reason Kirsten Pie Buick. It's it and even her book. It's part of my list on the website of books to read which is child of the fire, the art of Louis. She changed my life. Period like. She she taught me American art. It's another. She taught me about raising gender. She simply with heard teaching. changed my life and I channel her every time I. Teach I always think about her. I always think about what she will think i. don't take a step when he comes to anything academic and even big decisions. If life because she's become me favorite dea, you know She definitely is again Kirsten Pie Buick from the University of new. Mexico and I can tell you about. Maybe a hundred people that change their lives as well so she is everything everything when it comes to that. Also shadowed to professor Perez Dr Perez in Unlv the simple fact that he was a Chicano professor talking about Chicano stuff. What I've never seen that before so his his his his class. He's class completely changed the way that I think about academia so I think those are. Two educators, but I. don't know if she's looking for like high school or Elementary School, and of course, my sister because you know, she's my sister, yeah! I think when I was an elementary. The first feature to really make a difference was my fourth grade teacher. And her name was mrs lead for`De and I think she was Mormon 'cause she had all these kids to, but she was so kind and she could tell that I was frustrated because I didn't really. So this is the thing that happens which is really fucked up especially the Clark. County School district here in Las, Vegas is like. Because I was bilingual. Even though English wasn't my first language back then you know like back then ever. By A. But it's still bilingual and like understood both languages, so they would always put me with the kid like they would always sit me in the middle of all the kids that couldn't speak English so that I could translate for them, so is so fucked up like I should have been getting paid to go to squeaks out I mean, and and she recognized that because I had so much trauma just from third second and first grade that I automatically win and sat with the Spanish speaking kids to translate without even having to be prompted to do that equally because I had already known that. That's your job and I. I'll never forget. Dat. She said just after class and I thought I, was doing something wrong. 'cause, that's always what I think I'd doing and she said you know I really appreciate you. Helping Out Marco or whatever the kid's name was. Now's like be, but I can tell like. I can tell your grades are suffering because you're helping him and you're really smart and that's not your job. You don't have to do that and I was just like shocked that she said that and I said yeah, but I you know I said yeah, but I WANNA help. He doesn't understand she's like okay. That's really nice of you, but like I'm going to work hard on getting him. Help after school or like. She put him in another program. Like to go help learn, English. You know yeah, so like I would have a break for a couple of hours a day. You know and after she did that, she. She made me student of the month, and I was like Oh my God, that's amazing right and so I had never been recognized before and I. Think Literally after I I, just always try to. Just somebody acknowledging your presence screaming. And you believe especially Hitman just somebody acknowledging your Labor. I didn't. I didn't know what that was. 'til like recently, but just somebody acknowledging that changed my life. You know so so maybe member last week. When somebody like when did you get woke? Maybe, that was my moment because. Honestly, because then I remember my fifth grade teacher was a piece of shit and. He was like fat, phobic and racist old man. Mr Berman I`Ma. Call you out missed. He's probably belong gone. Now is evil ass, but. He was he was He sucked. He would make fun of this autistic it all the time and I would get really upset about it in our class. Yeah, he was bad and he would tell me to lose weight all the time and so called Kayla. Yes so then one day. I was just like I wrote a letter to him and place it on his desk, telling him that he needs to apologize to this kid and he needs to stop talking about me. or else I'm going to go to the principal and and I did that because I was able to go talk to Mrs Leopard about it and. And again. This is even an elementary school. This isn't even this is like base level academia Mrs Lead I couldn't go talk to the principal, because principal was friends with Mr Berman and she didn't WanNa, get punished for being a whistle blower some. So. So I wrote that letter, and then ever since that day. He stopped making fun of us of all the all the kids, all the people of Color in the class. And I just was very very empowering. You know so I'll never ever forget all of that and I. Don't think I've ever talked about this I love and I never heard this story before. Because it's, it's very for a kid to go through that. Yeah, why kids have no idea why? Kids have no idea what what people what kids of color have to go through? They have no idea you know and so. Yeah Wow, what a great question! That's pretty good. Okay Yeah I. Think we're done right I know, let's do one more. Okay. Let's do one more mode. We're in a role. Okay, this is from mighty best NASC. This NEX bear. What friends thank you for your podcast I have so much fun listening to you both. Seat though EMOJI questions. I always endure me talk, and now that I'm home all day and evening in Eating Chore. Snacks I would like to know what your go to snacks ours besides that burn. Bologna, thinking that will lead the lights. Come on, thank you in advance. Immature Russell's molly academic mummy. Hey, academic mommy I haven't heard from you in a long time because I'm not an Instagram I love you. God The Amato I actually. We just had a break from. Recording and I thought the Baloney. So what is your? Did you really really fucking cross me back out? On your break you eight of the. Only thing I'm. and. This is this is they don't feel. Alone me, why are you still eating? Bologna, you're a grown ASS person may lose. Them, you'll love it. You don't give a fuck about your kidneys. Bitch your mind. Okay, okay. One once they once not that I do I've been eating a lot of fun. Montana where before I do my workout every day. I have a month's unaware so dot, com Bologna, and Montana they pretty much every fucking day. That's it like it's very. I do I like to eat a gala apple every day. An apple away apple away an apple. A day keeps the doctor away. 'cause you know I'm not going to the doctor. Doom and so. But Not really. But. Let's see what else what else what else what else I always have my shit is boring, I, always have almonds Ondeck I love. Yeah I know I. I love almonds and I love. Peanut butter with stuff. Peanut butters my favorite, so like peanut butter with apple's peanut butter with almonds. You could put peanut butter on cheeses. You could put. Okay. Everything. Is that a forrest Gump thing? When he started he different types of fog in. My. Reach, but cool, thank you. For that. Also what a fucking weird movie! Now that you watch later like what is happening, okay? I. Love I love a crunch so anything I always have crunchy stuff so like chips celery I love celery. My should've so boring. It is man. Those are again. It's just you gotta get the crunchy celery with peanut butter so bomb. So good. Okay Yeah I mean my snacks fucking boring, but those are my go to myhrl. That's what my go-to too but I think part of the reason why I'm not I. Don't snack. A lot is because which I need to stop I'm drinking coffee all day long? Especially from writing right now. We're in the process of just like waking up. Having coffee read, write or try to ride for like six to eight hours a day finishing going for a walk or exercise, and then dinner and go to bed like it's the same every single day, and because we make this big ass meals when I want a snack. I'll just get a leftover so I'm always eating like rice because I like Rice Komo Goma Silguy, KOMO SALGA I have risotto in the fridge, fry, rise, Mexican rice and white rice. I have four types of fucking rice in in my fridge, so I'm always like plateau con rice, you know, and I just heated up and put cottage cheese. Also that's another one. Thank you for your letter mighty. We really appreciate you. Thank you for all the resources. You're putting out right now to talk to your family in Spanish about what's going on, really appreciate you. Yeah okay! Let's take a break and then we'll be right back with REX. Did he did eighty Yes. They dance Sony Shot. But I love new checks will need those who need. Real Doodoo. You don't have to do the music because I'm going to have it in the background bro. Back. On my God. Thank you offer coming through making ten yet. I just want to give a huge huge shoutout to all of my mother, he knows. Starting with? A Alex v Alexandra. 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The list is incredible, we. We didn't expect so many people to help us and It's really heartwarming. Again thank you for coming to Mike and say. Which is much? At all those way, love you, mother, nays and monitoring is. Did, it depicted. Each. And we're back, okay. Do you have any quick records recommendations? babs, yes, this. This episode I want to shut out. This band is coming up and coming I. Don't think they have done a lot of noise there, but I I have a feeling. They're going to be everywhere this speaking of our theme from last week. This is a penn called way net therapy. But again this is a band that is looking into off real. Offer Latino sounds mixing them with some cool beaten. Electronic music and do own a appropriate entire fantasies about. You know! They, I am not sure I tried to look it up and I think one of them it is Afro, Latino, and they do all kinds of really cool music so I am going to give them the benefit. Going to give him the benefit of the doubt they have. That's a good thing. In the past, ooh! Right. So. They have one. They have won a new. Single. It's called the Lord. There's just came out a couple of weeks ago last week last year. They had their first EP solely you via. Beautiful music smoothest fuck It's again. This is this is a dual from from the states, so one lives in La I forget what the other one's actually do long distance and they still are able to come out with really cool music again. The name of the band is Lena Traffic Carl the single as the Lord, check them out. I have a feeling that there LP is some like near us, so yeah Google. It. I'm sorry going. Oh my God five years later still Jesus Christ. Thank, you, kick you'll! Finally. I feel seen. I want recommend. A podcast is called se. Komo's sweater I think or s see I think that's what it's called. Yeah I see Komo's winner. That's what it's called. Yeah, and so I'll put the Lincoln there. There's this episode Ron Racism in Mexico. Mommy Gano Really Great, it's a really great Spanish podcast. And so I've been listening to that recently Yeah, that's one of my recommendations so. Definitely check that out anything else, BABS, does it? All right as always, you could find us at Latinos who lunch Dot Com? You can rate US five stars secrets. podcast scene quest so lamenting. Because the more reviews we have, the more visible we are. We're almost at a thousand reviews, so please review as there because the more reviews, the more visibly are, and visibility leads to representation and representation matters. Today's episode was produced by. Justin PLA. Villa and Amano data with production assistance might this'll saw the music you're hearing now is by the band balloon Kenneka. I'm bobby five and this is a needle. Ban By. and. What the hell.

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The body of Emmett Till

Retropod

04:02 min | 2 years ago

The body of Emmett Till

"Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen walled with retro pod. A show about the past rediscovered. Emmett till his tragic murder in one thousand nine hundred fifty five is a monumental moment in civil rights history. The African American teenager was tortured shot wrapped in barbed wire and tossed in a river by white men seeking revenge for what till had allegedly whistled at a white woman in a grocery store. When Till's mother Mamie, Elizabeth till Moberly viewed his lifeless body, swollen beyond recognition his teeth missing. And I hanging out the only thing she could use to positively identify him was a ring he was wearing Lord, take my soul. She cried. According to a two thousand three interview with the Washington Post in her grief and outrage Till's mother wanted the world to see the bar Barrick act committed against her son. She called the Chicago defender one of the country's leading black newspapers, she called ebony and jet magazines too. And she invited them to his funeral on the south side of Chicago. Then Mamie did something that would change history. She asked for an open casket at his funeral. I think everybody needed to know what happened to Emmett till his mother said, according to PBS. Fifty thousand people attended the funeral and saw Till's body the evidence of a vicious and hateful attack, though. Open caskets were an African American tradition. Till's body presented challenges not just in how he appeared. But also, and this is hard to say how badly it smelt Simeon Wright Till's cousin told Smithsonian magazine that the funeral home. Scrambled for a solution finally settling on the extrordinary step of putting glass over the casket to contain the odor. Otherwise, right said, no one would have believed what till endured the result was profound the emotional photos from the funeral showed Mamie as she approached her son's casket. Her body seemed to buckle for Taga captured her leaning over the casket to which photos of the smiling. Boy had been taped inside the lit. The funeral gave the nation in image. It hadn't yet seen what a lynching really look like the brutality. The anguish the sheer sense of wrong. In this Massoni interview right said the photos led to renewed vigor in the fight against racist. And a few months later. A woman named Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the white section of a bus prompting a year. Long bus boycott in Alabama led by up and coming leader in the civil rights movement. The Reverend Martin Luther King junior king may Till's murder, a centerpiece of his sermons and speeches the crying voice of little Emmett till he'd say screaming from the rushing waters, the evil of racial injustice. I'm Mike Rosen walled. Thanks for listening. Especial? Thanks to deneen Brown who reported the story for the Washington Post and for more forgotten stories from history. Visit Washington Post dot com slash retro pod.

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Woodrow Wilson's secret letters to another woman

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04:02 min | 1 year ago

Woodrow Wilson's secret letters to another woman

"Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen walled with retro pod a show about the past rediscovered Emmett till his tragic murder in one thousand nine hundred fifty five is a monumental moment in civil rights history. The African American teenager was tortured tortured shot wrapped in barbed wire and tossed in a river by white men seeking revenge for what till had allegedly whistled at a white woman in a grocery store when till's mother Mamie Elizabeth till mobely viewed his lifeless body swollen beyond recognition his teeth missing and I hanging out the only thing she could use to positively identify him was a the ring he was wearing Lord. Take my soul she cried according to a two thousand three interview with The Washington Post in her grief and outrage. Till's mother wanted the world to see the barbaric act committed against her son. She called the Chicago defender under one of the country's leading black newspapers she called Ebony and jet magazines too and she invited them to his funeral on the south outside of Chicago then. Maybe did something that would change history. She asked for an open casket skit at his funeral. I think everybody needed to know what happened to Emmett till his mother said according to PBS fifty thousand people attended the funeral in saw till's body the evidence of a vicious and hateful attack though open open caskets were an African American tradition. Till's body presented challenges not just in how he appeared but also and this is hard to say how badly it smelled. Simeon Wright till's cousin told Smithsonian magazine that the funeral home scrambled for a solution finally settling on the extraordinary step of putting glass over the casket to contain the odor otherwise right said no no one would have believed what till endured the result was profound the emotional photos from the funeral showed Mamie as she approached her son's casket. Her body seemed to buckle. Photographers captured her leaning over the casket to which photos of the smiling boy had been taped inside inside the litter. The funeral gave the nation in image. It hadn't yet seen what a lynching really looked like the brutality the anguish the sheer sense of wrong in this Massoni interview right said the photos led to renewed vigor in the fight against racist and a few months later a woman named Rosa Parks refused to give her seat on the white section of a bus prompting a year long bus boycott in Alabama led by an up and coming leader in the civil rights movement and the Reverend Martin Luther King Junior King may till's murder a centerpiece of his sermons and speeches the crying voice of Little Emmett till he'd say screaming from the rushing waters the evil of racial injustice the justice. I'm Mike Rosen walled. Thanks for listening special thanks to Deneen Brown who reported the story for The Washington Post and for more forgotten stories from history visit Washington Post. Dot Com slash retro pod.

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VIBES-LIVE RADIO

VIBES-LIVE

3:01:00 hr | 1 year ago

VIBES-LIVE RADIO

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Novel 9 - Sounds Like That Could Have Been An Email

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

16:38 min | 9 months ago

Novel 9 - Sounds Like That Could Have Been An Email

"Ninety one I guess over those one and this is our ninth digital invention engine novel rating episode so just always taught. I'm actually really enjoying reading this. It's just it's really great to have this extra inside of what the carrots the thinking and a couple of episodes ago how we learned that there was some connection between Eddie van Dome which was moralist just implied in the actual anime. So I'm really enjoying the fact that there's some extra bits and pieces. I know that they fixed a few a couple of other things. I want to say exactly what it is. But I'm really looking forward took rating how it's done but I'm just really enjoying Howie. Seemed to get extra insight of how carrots feeling towards certain events especially Sean in L.. Eighth raiding which was the arrival of Skull Grimaud and just how all the characters react to that insist it's really nice to raid so so I'm really grateful that we can read this and of course thank you to on cave translations in the fact that we can consume this bit of media that was only available viable in Japanese so today will be continuing all with chapter three and will we rating pot. Three of chapter three in novel one so and it seems to be quite like we're about twenty four twenty episodes into the show that's over done and we have three books to go. Always some to the kind of s really sped up the first chunk of episodes into a very small amount of time. So it'd be interesting to see how they continue on with with how many episodes are left considering. We have two books. The first book so three books. I'm not sure how they're going to continue. But it's I'm I'm looking forward to it and it's kind of a relief that they can't escaped pasta all the formula. Everyone gets an evolution to adult because h episode it was more or less the same and it was just a little bit of candidates. So it's kind of good. They skipped that but I'm really interested to say how they're going to go for the rest of the three book series raise in terms of pacing. So let's continue pot three access. I'm sorry Tai Chi Koran apologized. This heartedly he's is down cost Cormon. Didn't realize it but even though he's kind words it's held no blamed for his partner. They may touchy feel. Moore's if he was carrying a heavy crossovers back even though he was able to make gramont evolve to perfect level neither touchy or skull grain on could control its actions in the end skull. Grandma's wild rampage caused him to eight up so much energy that degenerated all the way down to Kuruman it was possible that he'd run out of so much energy that he didn't even have enough to stay in his form from only could remember while he was skull. Graham as Corwin clumsily explained it felt as if a dam inside of broken apart and he had been taken away by his destructive destructive actions unable to do anything but look on in the back of his mind like touchy head. It was all my fault. I'm sorry touchy apologize. I car on and then to everyone else I really am sorry. Everyone forgave him without a fuss pot of this was because they didn't want you to. I feel bad about it any more than he already did. But also because they ulf out responsible for not stepping in and stopping touchy from his extreme actions if they had blamed him and if they had shunned him and made him go on his knees and beg their forgiveness he might have been able to pour out his feelings of Greg along with his tears but because he was unable to do that now. Those feelings piled on top of each other like poison inside his body and slowly. Ice Away at the inside of touchy haunt ever since then and touchy spoke very little. He hardly made any attempts to speak to the others. And when the other try talking to him he would just announce it back with only Lia. Yeah Oh okay and like it is as touchy suppressing reserve spread to the other children until all of them felt as if they hearts. That's what filled with dark clouds and a downpour of rain with some would have never arrive. Hey Kosher or coon one night. Three days after they had left the Coliseum Sam and set up camp at a water mill that seemed completely useless in the middle of a desert sore called out to kosher and brought up something that she'd been thinking about would would they be able to get in touch trajan. I San there's a lot I wanNA talk to him about not just on evolution but also what we should do from now now. Getting taught Shit's not impossible. I think that surprised her sore had been certain that he would tell her. It could be done if it's not impossible to that. Many think he can do it. Possibly how if I use the black cables that could be a way. Black cables cables. This was what Kosher said everyone. Including Seora had seen the black cables connected to the enemy grown at the Coliseum but after skull grandma's Frenzy Kosher revealed that he had gone to where the enemy grime on had first appeared in all to investigate how this being set up. Then kosher discovered that head Ed or the ripped black cables was another black cable attached to a modular Jack buried underneath the stone floor also just moments before he had discovered a low black black cable running through a dry well nearby. Those black cables probably laid out server continent like a mesh net. Creates it's network the modular. Jack was same status my laptop so it may not be impossible for me to use my computer to break into the network. Her is round sore asked. Why didn't you tell anyone before about this? This is important. I couldn't not after what happened to tight you on even did I believe it would just raise even more trouble trouble. What do you mean well? It's the same network. The Ataman uses every break into it. Without anyone noticing. There wouldn't be a problem slim but if we do get spotted well domed Saudi and understand much computers all the Internet but she had seen a news report on TV about a hacker who had been in court by the FBI after he tried to break into a government agencies computer to rewrite. The data was our customer. I meant is. Is there a way to keep us from being noticed. Since I don't know how the system set up I can't speak with certainty kosher said I as a way of covering base but anyone saw ordinance must also be using a computer terminals for the network by connecting to it. They may not be able to tell whether or not one of them although it possibly would would don for one prospect is that it could give us a chance is there isn't isn't anyone in this world who would want infiltrate network so it wouldn't have much of a security system after that Cochrane talked enthusiastically a- access logs and proxies but sort of couldn't understand any of it what she thought Kosher was trying to say in the end was that it was possible to hack into animals network without him noticing but failed Kershaw could not take that responsibility. The democratic way of doing this would be is if they held L. D. Conference with all members present and came up with the unanimous decision. But she can already imagine the outcome. Joe Yamato Mamie would most definitely say no tucker might follow. What is said touchy seemed like the only one who the most likely to agree with her bananas? Current state there was no no way he would feel up to it and he would without doubt. I'm staying from voting. But Kosher or at least it appeared that way. Sora seemed confident so so in that case trike sure I'll take responsibility for whatever happens. She knew that she had no right to be making this decision. But they had to break out of this stifling and cramped situation somehow sooner or later etem define them attack them anyway so even the did end up failing they would also be speeding eating up that moment it was time to die then they would have to die. She thought family if she was blamed for that. Then so be it very well. I'll try. Cochrane consented but. I don't think we should all get our hopes up. I'm I'm used to not finding him. He smiled at sore attempts of playfulness in order to set as finding himself within the small bottom of the empty well Cochrane tapped continuously on his laptop cable from above the well so look down at him as he worked with a wide frown. Her face he's connection with the network work was simple and smooth. It didn't even ask for a password. Making sweeping lots of the system. Kosher Grew astonished as he sold that the network has built. Hilltop was well-maintained it wasn't just connected throughout serve a continent but in places outside the continent borders as well there were other continents besides server continent around perhaps the network had existed there in the first place and Etta Moma's only just using that convenience it also security system fully in place but for some reason it wasn't functioning right now just as a precaution. Kushner re wrote the access logs and deleted deleted all traces of his presence there when he received an email from a digital who knew of denies whereabouts. The address said Abderrahmane at Factoria Tori Hyphen town dot file hyphen island. It was from the Andrew Mom they had met in fact town on follow and thanks cup. The nobis Andrew Cohen was the supervisor of factory town and endlessly cycling factory that may products and then took a pot again. After they had taken out Blackie and him he had informed them of the sewage system. That would take them toyed him he had also given Kosher Amal address in case something happened of of course. Since Kosher himself didn't have an email address in this world he had to make one. He locked into a random survey on the system and illegally created an inbox for himself. Andrew Moans reply came back underneath his email like chat books. I've informed in of this. The reason why he hasn't contacted you until Oh now was because Edimo was blocking him but thanks to you the network has jammed and he can contact you directly his aim wrote just when Kushner climbed out the well tank route came to get him Seora Janae had arrived through a holographic imaging to give them a message that was fast source said in surprise because it was more concerned about something else. Asthma had said in his email. Thanks to you the network has jammed oak. Oshiro had done was hacking to the network. Not Do anything that he could surmise that freezing and shutting it down or was it because he set up the new inbox and it caused some sort of blew up. In the system system a large cactus stood behind the world mill and that was where the children and their digital world gathered by the time. Kosher and the others got there they could hear touchy in the middle of handing down on Janai Khosro only go to hear the last part of his words but it was why the Holographic Janai held his hands together behind his back and on slightly slow. You've evolved The thing is there may be a many possible parts of evolution. None of them are true or wrong path. But the reason why you didn't achieve the evolution you wanted his because you are astill very inexperienced and experienced. That's right you did your mom evolving reflection of your own personal growth. Then what what do I do to grow. I'll send you a train. He's name is static suddenly infiltrated the whole ramp. Mon- listen to what he's the Hologram Graham shut off abruptly Cochrane said he had wanted to ask him any questions like how this came about or how the evolution mechanism some what and also what was the reason for why the network had gone weed but he hadn't had the chance he he said he was going to send a train. China did he meows. Pell looking for confirmation. Yeah he did so. Maybe that means we'll get a body God. If we're lucky joe whispered none of them appeared that expectant it seemed that they still had some misgivings about trusting Janai maintenance complete send Ataman will be irritated by now at it. Still being unable to connect to the network not alone sent him an email to confirm that it was back online right after he brought back the security system from suspension none of them had noticed. Kush Rosalie Lexus. However instead of shutting him down he had stopped the security system and end cut off from the network of course? He didn't intend to report any of what happened to him on. It wasn't like he had negation to. He decided to let it alone. The inbox Kushner had made illegally in the network and JEN is loss woods. Interested him and it was possible that he could use this information in some. I'm way all right. So as always a very large thanks to on K.. Friday us with this translation and we'll be reading pot for next time. Some of chapter three the link dumps description and of course you can find all von case translations linked there and you can also find Republican description. You can get more on just jets there you can contact us and stay update you can also get lost in translation gmail.com or in Communist on this episode own message on a website lost in translation dot com. You can false transitional twitter and you can find some lesson transitional tumbler facebook instagram and Youtube. We have scripted that on with the will and Iran throw in the Digital Sabat Abbott. 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Digimon Adventure 2020: Five - Tentomon Gets Swole

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

45:13 min | 3 months ago

Digimon Adventure 2020: Five - Tentomon Gets Swole

"Side. Everyone! Transaction Uncovering digital adventure twenty twenty episode five the Holy Digital I may. Everyone before we begin just a bit of an apology I have queens recording a half mile recording, but Steve is recording didn't quite work out, so we what while Stevie was obviously present for this episode of a could not have their recording sent us some. There was a tank shoe on their end to recording, so they will be a little bit of some Weeda discussion where we just talk, and there's no Stevie so apologies for that in terms of what writing Stevie gave the episode and what their favorite character was. I have that someway. cart was Mamie chosen because I wanted to really say Miami, but couldn't justify it, so they chose me. To please me basically, so that's fine. In terms of the writing the episode was two point five out of five and in terms of how they ranked the episode of so of soy fought with Stevie has one two three than this episode episode five and then four from best to work. So again, apologies for that Hopefully, it's not that bad I'll try to do as much editing magic as I can, so that it's the episode is still enjoyable and You can't notice with. Stevie has been talking, but I apologize in advance Yes so think things like this happen and we weren't really able to. A time to ray record and that's how may on I've got a pretty full schedule lined up so I didn't have much time to set aside to record the episode again. So apologies for that and hope you enjoyed the show anyway all right all of the show. And I'm joined by when it's me. So obviously. I Have Steven Quinn from the Mon- cast, and as always they are covering pokemon and digital this time a covering due to Montana's and the third season of thirty season of Pokemon pokemon seasons, a weed, which is where the home she's Pokemon advanced I. Think I'm terrible via on pokemon adventure, but it's not pokemon adventure now. That would be a much more interesting. Yeah, well, there's always that opening mash up where it's the pokemon characters, but with butterfly and they're doing the digital adventure animation. Nice. Yeah, it is a whole new world we live in. It is working on Joe Tiller. Doodoo. Anyway. anyway onto the show. Episode five starts off the same way that episode four ended with touching or go into the temple, and they've just arrived at the temple. Anti is able to read the demerge again which I guess I don't think we're GONNA have general I. Think it's just going to be mysterious plots and stuff that touchy can raid gear. Yeah, gala, going to turn out to be homeo-. Stasis now my ex safer was called blocks, but that was. So yeah. plucks anyway. Yes, we have. WE HAVE RANDOM tablet with writing on them that only take and read because he's specialty than everyone. Know why it's only type she. That's getting to rate it like I. Don't know why doesn't glow in store is also eating. Say Oh, shut up on rating to God that have been so good. Yeah, that is fair. You know we never tapped. The girls read anything that's sad. See let you've cooking and being batted pink so bad at the one thing they have. Anyway yeah, we're reading a thing that just touch me. Yeah, and he touches it, and it glows, and a fetid comes out which is no. Kosher. Yes, or I can feel your words anyway, so we get to see tend to WANNA kosher of being inside waymo again, tend to Amman is explaining how he really already advised cush, as he's completely unfazed by being inside of a digital stomach. You realize we're GONNA stomach. Full. Bars Yang Kushner's yet like yeah, but research intangibles like. My which is great. I just love how. Good. They admire each other's nice and just like I'm just GonNa Research? What's going on, so yeah I don't really care being by digital, actually end then. is able to contact. Taichi again through the digitize I. Really like how they're actually using this because I feel like the original series only had them once. Yeah, it's definitely a series that has acknowledged that cell phones exist, which is really important. Yeah, I mean. Someone's did exist in adventure series I went to some common and now huge a year I. Just like yeah, we're actually newborn. Stupid problems that are caused by people, not being able to contact each other that the worst thing is you bitch? Did you guys could do this? I need to go look for NAT. Shame I can't just call here. Yeah, the televise anyway so Olson Yup good. I'm glad I'm glad someone appreciate. An attempt was made so meanwhile we. Get a giant bowed, which is actually Veldman, which is a super cool digital that just sort of seen in in like the digital accelerate eventual but I don't think any of the enemy, so all of a surprise to actually say because like Whoa Hey. Hey, not Janai I was confident that this was just going to be Geno that showed up, but knows feldaman. To rejoice, which is I'm good with it, yeah. On Jonas. Progress beyond the need for Janai Yeah I. Think I think I'm happy I think I'm glad because that makes it feel. No one lift saw. That's great. That's my favorite. I love no one looking sorer anyway, so he? Informs them of war that took place, and then we get sort of like a flashback that makes a temple all look like it's pain restored, and then surrounded by dark, able digital, and gets chills Pamela on says that she doesn't like these digital and Vol on says that the brave warriors fought off these able digital, and then you'll from the Charles John Yet, and it is especially because tribus there unless Willis. Notice thinking, what if Willis sorry? I didn't I didn't think this Fordham. Suddenly like Wise Trim on the and then I'm like are now. What if Willis exists? Yes like Ana I guess that's Cana- no, but otherwise why. Why is terrific? I think that's got to be now now I can't think of any reason true. Is there I mean they'll? Damone could yeah, but not surfable would be there because mom was. Also. Not Resort, but the the the divide of of animal is towns Oltman in this according to the Devi's toy yep. Wholly draymond yet, but in the device toy for this season. Phantom on is talent ultimate slash megaphone. Well Anyway we'll. Also it's bike. Mon, again which I just WANNA. See on, because I really do like place. Yeah, on, go so much a much better choice. Yeah, also I. We sold like with the the mega foam from A Komo in animal, a jobs to shop on one and involves. The naval to to Moan because that's how the the day three did. That would make more sense. It does make sense, but also place you. I'm on just looks like big Goma with a long neck. You're not mom. Yeah, I mean the came off and Fester for of also I always prefer the ultimate evolution to holy Angel. Mon, which is a Gaudron which looks kind of dislike, a yellow holy dragoon like I always liked that one so I thought. That was panels mega because that's just how it was on the Internet and then the movie producer Serafim on. Basically I'm just like what okay I guess it. Kinda makes sense. They look the same. How come she gets to be a dragon she? Yeah only some. Got Can have a little dragon as a snack I just hope that when we get Rosemont. We don't need to invent jiggle physics again. Can we check me out? I'm like I'm I'm glad fair no. I don't like. I'm not sure of animators. Know this, but breasts do not work like that like that. Just go. For no reason I. Just don't need children for this show for ten year. Olds to have a bunch of weirdly sexualize characters also V. I mean I I. Get the animation inappropriate children is it looks just terabytes Bristol work like that? This is like a PSA to animators. Breasts do not just jiggle for no reason or just blowing mowing boiling every movement. And also I'm fairly certain. What she's wearing would have some support because she's fighting and stuff. Had you know it basically looks like a corset. which that's what they're. Four. You're not Yeah I just please. Do not do to Roseman consider interacting with anyway before you tend to draw one. Yeah, like see how she moves. See how Harrison, good boy mowing like they're not like they're not weapons of mass destruction than not just going to hit you in the face, and then I tend to move independently of each other as well. Thanks Gordon are animators. Who Thought they did that? Apparently, they just boing, boing boing. They moved to. Petro Home Yeah so. I didn't even hear it. So I think it's fun. Anyway, so the child digital on say they fully evolved Foams, and also make them on and vulnerable, and says the digital also died in battle, but they became Dax on gonna cry. Which is this? This got me album. which was like? Why am I buying a home baby? Yeah end that that widen the crowing, and also it was interesting to note that there are six eggs, so maybe like a fanny Monin surfable me find late They probably didn't die, or there's something else. Something else happened to them this somewhere else yet, but I'm going to. Cloud yeah well. That's all the hope and light. Yeah, well I think they're already chosen child That's why the Yaris doing some magic town we got. Bowling. It's just why they're not here yet. we have to go save their. Did you monitor something? Yeah, angels, so that I. Clerical go into a different. This isn't Farland on that. This is different from Thailand yet, but it's not like. Infinity meant was wasn't Finney Man. No that was the dock. Mouse's one the giant. Housing! Mountain was yeah. This is just pride men of primary well. Yeah Yeah. So I, really liked the fact that they're explaining. This sort of explains why. OGM In government could already volve to a maximum so easily, so they just sort of. Doing that yet that that was kind of weird, so I think that there was some I think it was the spirit of the gamonal government who died in the feathers that Serafim on end of fanny. Mon had gave them like they were blueprints us back, so he? They briefly became the the old digital. If that makes sense back, yeah, it is. going. To happen again for quite a while. Yeah, which I'm glad that they they're going to want to address the fact that we got to super ultimate episode two or three, and I'm glad that they're also explaining why that could happen and a wide didn't need. The bones of D'Amato entitled to be that strong. It was sort of this this already happened. They already had technically had the power. They just needed. The feathers of the Angel Chases or whatever? This is fun. Yeah, I didn't I didn't expect this to be explained, but did and I'm impressed. His digital, not always good with. Explaining why sometimes they can evolve, and sometimes they can't. Proud unimpressed. Yeah, so far I'm enjoying I appreciate the? We get a little bit of exposition, but it didn't need to be. The entirety of the episode were actually getting prophecy before we fulfill the prophecy. Yeah, and this was not a wall of texts like I expected expected this to be. Just like okay, this is what happens what happened, but it was like actually it was a quick sort of like this is what happened also animations, but we didn't see the entirety of the battle. We sort of know what happened, and that's what we need to know I like. Also I have many emotions. Yeah, I remember when? Crests here I show, too. I like kniffin characters, just for the sole use of them, being not a strong, or it's not even that they were nervous that we finally realized we can explain why they were nerf fifty episodes ago. Yeah, like nobody ever AUSE KFC your own evolving to Togo. Want evolve to Lillyman hazing Graham on kind of week while we've only grown guerrero mom when we can evolved. To, AL, perfect or ultimate levels when going to address that no okay Oh, then they explain it all that make sense, but it's okay because we can get Jesus juice from a dragon, and give it to the digital, and they'll be able to do it again, but only temporarily. But. I got to give it to you know the main characters impaled from an character to. Share a little bit I feel like. Jesus juice. DIGITAL LOVES JESUS JUICE IT's like this is the magical thing that will make you evolve is Jesus juice, but also it is yeah. What about Thomas Jesus Jesus? Mon- really didn't. Why was he in trump? You know what that's. That's a different episode. Yeah. There's a lot of this a lot of questions about try that I do have and I read that in the last volition novel expecting ounces. Them. Try With Bailey addressed. Drafts addressed enough that it happened. But, why why are we just going to ignore? Ignore anything that happened or right I. Guess that's just possible sequels. If they feel like it, they might not begin points on twenty twenty so far more enjoyable than try I have no idea where we are on the episode now. No I got it down. Don't worry. Grind I. Okay. Yeah, so there was a war. Veldman says that the. Feld on says there was war and the children who will digital. They lost hope, but they should be wary of the network that's made by humans as this darkness be stopped in the network, and then it could bring the darkness to the human world, which was like, thank you for explaining why like why they should want to protect both worlds, and why the digital one is suddenly able to get through now it's because of the the Internet. The Internet is problem. I mean that's true. Internet big big problem. It's like Oh. We have to go to the moon where we go in there right now. Yeah, so I'm proud to set aside for not being digital one so we. Find that the edges still extending, but the Internet is still able to be used on phones and on computers, so even though this like no power, people can still using Internet the referring more four J. than. Just Arousa because there's no power. So. Everyone's like posting about being confused about how they Internet still on, will they? The messages is I unplugged my computer and it's still on which is. Wild. I'm pretty sure that's not how blackouts. But it's very localized special blackout to white out. Technically yeah I was a little unclear on that. It just can't take it with for weird. Things are happening. Okay. You can't shut off some electronics. You can't turn on others up is down black is. Beige or something I don't know but to, but to be a like. It's digital so just like he couldn't. This some magic to do with electric's in the digital universe just. Computer words we are not going to learn how coding works, so just just deal with it. Yeah, and suddenly Wayman Sandra attack, and so is the temple and arguments, leading an army, which is fairly cool and I'm glad to be get sort of like this cool army later. OGM On like he's not just randomly trying to kill the kids alone. He's like an entire Army of adult label digital through it, and the volume on says hey, you need to go to the cloud continent, which is another continent to make the law in horrible. It was like okay. Thanks, Du Jamal nuts fairly obvious, and then disappears, inched Kusumo and continue to attack. Him On says hey. Good but. Yet. He hasn't realized this little sister matters at all in the show, which is why she hasn't gotten to talk well, her name is lies though. That's fair. Hey, you have to go to he and hope I forgot to mention earlier, but I do want to give special mention that we did not get four episodes of walking to the temple. Thank you did. They flew. I honestly still thought we were going to get one episode of getting know. Thrown off the track along the way to the temple or just getting Cochrane episode Ami digital does do not as much as Pokemon does, but we still should have had to walk through a desert to get here. What about the Rose Morningstar God? Come on digital has done that a little bit. In frontier thing in frontier thing we get told. Yeah, we told to go look for it in like episode, Fifteen. That's not good and blows up immediately. Good naval, but yeah they. It blows up immediately. As soon as I find, it so feels a little bit pointless, so this point way to remember it remember when Germany on the third Oh. Yeah, he was really strong. Yeah, and then he would just on no, he's now now. He's made out of pipe and get to sit on the bench with the rest of the characters while the two main cowardice do something. We are well to be fair. Rose Morningstar is always relevant. Anyway. We we all congratulating digital, not being terrible two. PM Won't gives us the the old adventure, but these two japonica digital that usually hung like these are acting out of character, which is like okay. Remember that time they. Don't worry. That's a good digital and always murdering us. Thanks anyway so it meanwhile Tom Yeah. Oh, he's trying to kidnap hub. Weird, Guy who says. Wants to? Burn to today. I'm so hard. You will burn thanks Marian. Don't worry onto. Good didn't want hello. My old friend come home I will say I am grateful that the black years or other? Did you on this time because you know hell is? That's so much better and also they can't just like. Hey, you see that things sticking out of it. No! Likely. Cook it with your I didn't see this. Yeah, hip, this one at least it's. It's like a target that flies around separate from the. It's an ad level difficulty. Actual reason for the black years just exist because they exist yet. These are actual digital you can. You can kill that particular. Did man you also have to actually worry about what happens if I kill things if you decide to go down that? Life is precious route It's pretty black men, but I think it's a better. If you'RE GONNA do black gears. This is better. Yeah, no, I think it is. Better 'cause like it. It's a of the difficulty that you have to kill the thing that's flying around. Just aim for again. Sticking other the digital also I guess it's a little bit hard to tell is evil. I'm not disagreeing and I'm not saying it was a good call. Just you know if they were going to do a thing like this. Which did you mon- pretty much always does. This is a slightly more interesting version will. It is still digital Don't think they're gonNA stray away that much, but this I am away in a decent amount. It's just sort of unhappy with the amount the straying away like it's still a different series, but in the same way like similar sort of ideas, but better look it is, it is one of rape it should be is a better version of the original, which is what I'm enjoy. It's also. Also, really convenient for the writers to have enemies that you don't actually want to kill it or not evil, and so you don't have to worry about the moral quandary of do I kill things immediately, plus you can turn into allies without it being like a whole bit Dempsey mark they would just you know they were having a bad day and happen. Yeah, I'm lucky is a concept, but I just feel like. This is better than that bit out numbered. One Yeah he's It's sort of. It's not a guest it can be. It's not weirdly world thinking where it's just like. Yeah, there's this one thing that does exactly this and I can't tell you why it exists. It just does shut up so Talamona, still attacking way. Mon and tantamount tonsils, which is helping? Them to escape by having Waymo admit huge blow home spray of water which they are in the Pantley. Bula Yeah Anyway Yeah so is flying kosher away in Khosro is precious and wants to make sure. It's safe. Precious, he's a good piece of. He's a report. Titled Album On, find the COOKHAM on to try and break through the web but sore. This is a weird sound which is coming from some weed that end it appears to be shaking the web, and possibly also during their. Says be my report the Web yeah. I like that I like the fact that the sound of like would also hinder whatever else is going on can destroy tax. That's fine anyway back to Cochrane. WHO analyzing Talamante attacks? He also sees the strange bat. Looking thing which appears to be controlling the toddler on bad is cold. Sound booth. Moon Kirsh Roy tells tantamount. Let go of him to save himself, which is kind of like all kosher? Wine must be child, and they get attacked on separated about ten months. Months as cultural, and begins to fight the Talamona as kosher as spoiling to his death, of course, but countries digital scores Purple, so does ten mon tenements says he wants to protect crusher and tantamount evolves Kobe Terry on a really cool sane with ten once alms grow I really like that. We're getting special versions every time their first evolution. Yeah I love that I love so much, but also there's like a part of the evolution where tantamount looks like he's got to release swollen arms and has. Day! Pretty Great. Yeah. Y-? Why can't I remember? Adult form I can't remember the name of ten tonnes adult form. Terry mouth is just super scary. Looking like we get so many hopes of that at its, it's horrifying. Some real alien ship I kind of looked. Oh, it's great. I mean I think Kobe wants the scariest looking of the partner. Digital ones. EVOLUTIONS BET by producer looks like a Monster Yeah Mike Yeah I, like that I'm like yeah, well Y-. Okay. That makes sense yeah. Them I'm a big unlike Kobe. Terry Moan- mainly because he's got ten tones personality, but he's a terrifying, huge scary both. Of Frank just keeps getting more and more swabs evolves. Yes he's swollen, so meanwhile pm on also evolves, but it's in a very very sort of like blase, skipped animation, which is which is. I like when they skip like it's not going to be like the original eventually will we get ten minutes of evolutions? Like Hey, you know in a twenty minute TV show if we get ten minutes of stock footage whereas the episode, but then we get ultimate evolving, too. Which is the Stop Animation Kinda like we haven't seen anybody else? Evolve with the stock animation yet and yeah, then sort of funny. But, it's fun. That would have been cool, yeah. They're all standing on Bertram runs feet and bridge on just catches on fire and I'm like Oh, so you just killed all the kids had they done, and then they fell forty feet. Yeah, yeah So the attack is able to stop sounded Mon, but a bunch of them are still watching. They fly off Soren touchiest safe and watch the mountain from afar entirety says he didn't get the full story from Belgium on I'm pretty sure you kind of did like he got he got. What is relevant got. There is big war you need to save the human world and the digital world, but be wary the network and also go to cloud continent to meet highs highs. Lope while launched end to this continent is about a specific as find may Austrailia here but also. May She's the main. Ya Well, so he carry. Fair I wish to carry. His name was Kibo. Part would be great. Yeah, you have to literally find. No, it's not it's not the concept of license you. Looking for someone they'd with their names look, there's a reason in the script spelling. These Kadokawa yeah because otherwise super office. All, the names of very fierce in country, though really yeah like. Really funny with the names in Kanji like just sort of have fun with it. It's like a the electricity guy in. My Dame's names like electric electrical something like electric Funda. It's A. Congress full name, but it's like common Nari, Dan, Danno something. Come on animate, calm down and then there's the guy who tends to iron his Tizi tits. The cone animate anyway shield with the Kanji back, did you? Anyway back to digital so. It Diaz informs him the tantrums able to evolve, and also you should be wary of sound mon and be on recognizes that this was the digital that she saw on glad be on a piece to have her own character besides being with Zora your. That is kind of Nice After the phone call Kushner wonders if he was sent alone, so he could make ten to one, and then we get really adorable sendero kosher being embarrassed. He's like. Never mind. He said something. I didn't I didn't don't ripple. Back. Oh my God. That was good. And then we get We get a shot of David in the silhouette and the piece that maybe arguments reporting to him through the Sand Birdman and then we get a shot of the feather of the temple, and the Fed feather disappears, and let me get the best shot ever, which is pell on in a Bush popping out watching? What's going on pumping back into the Bush? Bush than running through a random, cute village, and then running to see me to report to Mamie and Mamie is holding her digitize and I'm just like Oh. Welcome Princess of the Digital World I'm your number one fan I. Will I will be your servant. I will do I mean you don't need protecting because you're awesome, but welcome I will make sure your cable Cook, you know. I love. I was joking on discord, but not really Kaz Kaiser, Mimi would be so good. The restore good. That'd be good. Oh my God I want I. Want Able Mamie I wanna just like like quaint. The Digital World Kaisa May. And I just I woke up on a couple of different tweets this morning, saying hey, look me episodes, sixers! Maybe episode I can I can. He may reverberating from over here like he had me. She's my precious. Door Alba. and honestly I would have been fine with this episode ending off on popped back into the Bush, but saying maybe was just like Oh. That's perfect Adam so hype for the next episode. That is a great way to get me wanting to watch the next episode. Even though I was already wanting to watch the next episode. Just like well done. Meters doing the Arthur fist year. Like Grip I love that. Right now we've discussed synopsis. We will do a bit of a discussion about this episode. So what were your highlights will go stevie and then Quinn. That's it That's Yeah I. Do like that any others just that? Yeah, that year that? What about you Quinn? Your highlights yeah. Good I i. Am so into yet, but I have full bars. Health upside down hill scape where everything is made it centrist. It's it's so much better than him. Doing random calisthenics with his brain. Garner whatever that was weird. That was weird and then I I am glad that we're getting some some prophecies out of the way in advance, but doing more weird feather Motif, which feels a little lazy, but it's fine. If we if we had to do another, there was an ancient more and things are happening as a result of you know. They're doing it fine I think he's Soroti Mon I. Think think he didn't get his memories. He! Could see that. Yeah, they. We may have to watch them die. Because you know, it would be a real shocker. If Anjouan died in, we'd say. Yeah Oh you guys have to you. Guys have to deal with baby formed. Yeah, which? We're going to chill with the Gods Anyway. Yeah, yeah, so I feel like that to can in Chiari won't be in the show for a while, I think they going to join in like act tool something which makes debut on harder, definitely going to be a bit and I'm curious to see if If we're not doing the they're just you know, still make a dingy mon thing, be curious to see if they aren't doing the army slave thing, which would be also kind of interesting if that better. Also. I get the impression that going to the cloud continent will be like we'll take a lot of episodes. I get the impression also of the v time across the river came at invade jump, and I'm fairly certain. That TONCI was not shown to be with tk or carry. It was just Sora and Mamie and I think you model and I think Joe but fairly certain that taking Cari with both not there so I feel like we got like the. Next talk now, which is exactly that's? Yeah when lining up with the original series now which is fine. Like don't mind having the same evolution episodes because it's not just. Don't seem to focus. Yeah, yeah, they're not just saying. This is your evolution so it. No one else gets to be in your episode, but it's sort of. It's more than just that. We're learning law as well as just sort of like formulate sort of like. This is denounced of the week. This is the digitalization of the wake, but now it's actually happening mind as Soma highlight, I love the fact that the. Omega Mon was explained sort of an oak. Lamont doesn't remember becoming Omega Moon, which adds that level of eight may of not being Augmon's consciousness, I think in modern Spain. The previous like is ancestoral. Not Ancestor was the same person. Incarnation re this previous incarnation ended sort of explains. Why were able to get to a megamall which? Basically negates any like negativity. I had about how they evolved so quickly so fast. Yeah, yeah basically, but wouldn't be one for all. Yeah, he's he's. He's not the bad. He's the bad guy. Yeah, that would be so good. Yeah then annoy I can say. Any other highlights also. Mamie is the Mahala obviously the me existing. He be the witness. Really good people complaining brave like I'm I'm fine with not being the same song that we've heard in every other series of adventure it's it's fine I don't mind. Hey, digital. I listened to him the car. Yesterday we went to get like pick up some lunch. Yeah, have focused on. -solutely have. Monster friends to the boys and girls and. Things go wrong. You know that that's when the digital is going to be strong. It's okay whenever you whenever anyone scared or anxious you can. It's GonNa be okay, because that's when you're the strongest lessons lessons with digital on anyway What about lowlights Stevie that's for me to know? What everyone's like? He could be a good guard. We could be like profiling him by. So good. No this is. This is actually patents have full demon lives matter. I mean I doubt it. That would never happen but like. What if had be pretty great actually just hanging out. No He's just hanging likes. Digital! Video Games. He sees it on any of the lights. Guys are Taco to. I did not. We need more prophecy and I don't know I wish there were better ways of doing exposition than just a wet have, and a mysterious character explained the basic premise of the show to the character. Little less of that would be good. Yeah doing better. This is sort of the same arguments black years. If they were going to do it, they're doing that idea better, but maybe we could have just done without that idea. Yeah, be so many people. Have you know willing armies of bad? Did you yeah? I don't even think I even have any lowlights. I've really liked this episode. I can't think of anything. I didn't like only thanks. Actually feel like that was actually perfect. It was it was a nice teaser. Yeah, I wanted to meet up to Yeah, she's like she's like quaint of the digital world, but I didn't watch the the preview. I want to I want to just going fresh for the next episode, whilst fresh is a candidate for digital adventure what about compared to the original series because so far episode five and episode six episode four. They're all lining up with the evolutions from dip I the original series. What about you guys? Yeah, there was a good episode Yeah I did enjoy the idea of. Is he just sort of having the hacked and that was pretty cool. That I'm a little sad. We didn't get some of that, but I feel like that does open up enough of A. Can of worms that they're never ever going to want to talk about if he can. Hey, what what if we just hacked the evil to Jim on here? Specifically Hack machindra dramatic. My bad. He has been a bit of an exposition machine so I hope that slows down a bit. Yeah, that's what he's saying with. T Kane, coury their oldest. The three of them are just sort of exposition missing machines. That they will, they will i. I don't know if we can assume that. Somewhere, not all the. Other castle. Almost WANNA say. But gave too. I'm not. Kosher dill I came maybe. is a reason soon Derek Kosher, Oh, I! Don't know yeah. I'm picking mushrooms. My favorite character okay to votes for Sudanic Osho God. I hope he keeps being that. Want I love Sendero. Good boy, good boy he's. He's a good boy. And what about Ratings Stevie? It's at a five. You give to lost weight. Wow, you did not. Enjoying the series at all. You went four three point five two point five two, and then this is two point five again all right. I'M GONNA go three point five still still not perfect, but definitely an improvement over last time and I would say probably better than the third episode I gave this a four point five, just because it was definitely better than the first and better than the lost episode, and so it's a four point five because I really liked this episode I just I really liked the way they explained how we already had a megamall in just I. Really I'm a big fan of that and what about how y'All would rank this episode? In terms of the previous episodes, so stevie company gone one two three full away. Would you put episode five into three? with the one where we had the Omega on fought in the lost, the last minute also was been the digital world one, two, three, five four. Okay and Quinn. Remind me what my current lineup is. Oh sorry, yours was a one two three four. so I think I'm going to go. One Five, two, three, four, one, five, two, three, four. Well, mine goes five one four to three, so I'm feeling different. Like it was a solid episode. Yeah, I really liked it I. liked the fact. We're explaining things that's why liked it so much. I did like the first episode because it was a good introduction, but I feel like this was better than the first episode and I'm worried. That I gave my Assad with my rankings so high now I'm just going to have to. To keep six out of five, because it's just because so far given four three point eight, three four four point five. I've not been very negative this entire series, but I guess that's fine I just really liked this show I K- it's it's better than I expected from a reboot. It's good. It's good though it's good to have different viewpoints on and different. Different writings 'cause boring. If we all said this episode was really good Yes that's fair. Yeah, I get that I get that, and then we have more pat. We have to let his first of all. We have anthony on Youtube. Who is attached to the Shia sense of wonder, the wholesome park thing of the beginning and so far the show is doing. Doing a good job of building that sense of Wanda and I would agree like this sort of I, liked the shots, the establishing shots of the digital world I like seeing the world. There's not being many many of those weeds, sort of like digital weirdnesses of like phone booths, and like floppy disks lying around, but I still I still like it and. then. We have ESPN the website who is curious about the new law law? So everything's being set up, and I would agree sp says the children are reacting differently to normal ten year olds and the character, same more stable and more mature than the original Kampot's, and they don't seem to have any flaws which really I need to have flaws. They can be good children. While on, I think you get into? Some of that is later once. You've had a chance to develop them a bit more, but you know you start by getting people. People like them. Yeah, and I mean I, like I like you motto this time because he actually saved. He seems Sorta like still on Wolf, but he's not opposed to working together. If it's a sensible thing to do which I find, that's reasonable, but I guess that he's kind of mature for like a ten year old to think that also we haven't met me. MEE, and she's always like I'm princess She just kind of like she's normal like she enjoyed of a normal character. She's like yeah I'd rather not you know walking mud? Sleep outside in a you know not be at home because I'm nine and. Yes I feel like she is. She's normal. She's sort of like. Hey, this is kind of like unfamiliar guys that the dump counted like just turns up to a million in We'd girl who absolutely will not do anything yeah yeah. All right everybody join US next time for episode six, the targeted kingdom, which sounds like a frontier episode. Do we have any predictions? Yeah, it's Mimi's kingdom God. I hope that Mimi just had this. Very, it did, but it will look like Tottenham on the little villages. They've clicked tunnel Ted I loved him on so I'm not opposed to that year. It's an idea you don't need to borrow but my hoping it'll be a little more than that. Yeah, I don't want that other on sites that because I don't want that. Mimi, I can feel your sincerity. Your purity sounds weird. Okay any other predictions. That'd be fun I feel giant bug digital on I. Don't know why I'm doing another planet Shimon actually I think I've seen a screen show so I'm not going to say because I think I do know enough. Yeah that's a good. That's horrifying. What would you want that the ACA point? We haven't seen any many digital die like that. The can kicking a puppy. Insect any other predictions. No I don't think so I think he's going to be great i. realize like even compared to regular Mimi I'm expecting a lot Mimi. Yeah like this. The setup already makes her feel more independent. The old name yeah. She's kind of on her own. She seems confident. She doesn't seem skiied I. Think she's sent pen out as some sort of like scout scantest savings. What's going on? I Oh, we're GONNA. Get lone-wolf Mamie. That'd be great because I definitely don't want. WHO throws a Tantrum pass to head off with Joe to nonviolently started army, or whatever it was? That didn't make a lot of sensitive. I want out me who picks up and throws it? At the same time, one of my favorite things about me was the fact that she matured soy March episode. She grew I. Don't know if I need to see that exact same arc again time confident mature. Independent gaff needs needs some things out would be pretty great. Yeah, I'm I'm excited I mean I'm kind of enjoying the adventures of tantamount NBC at the moment. Yeah, although I think now that they're introducing more characters. They're probably GONNA. WanNa consolidate, and not have three separate storylines happening in three separate places I am. That is fair. I'd be a little surprised. We get one. Like Joe and if we're going by the episodes for the original series, I've Joe. Is those episodes episode seven? I wouldn't be shocked if JOE is in the next episode, but hasn't met Goeman yet. That'd be fun. I'm looking forward to go and one enjoy though just because they are. They're going to be great. That would be interesting way to break up the introductions a little bit. You can introduce both characters in a little bit like pitted with Kosher. Be Honest. Yeah, yeah, so thanks for listening and linked dumps English. Christian I'll read bubbles also description, and you can get multiple shit set in contact us and Stepdad you name us. Watson translates more Jameh comb when combing. Comets, you can comment. You can comment on this episode. All message on our website lost in Translation phone impulse technically scheduled end elbow posts. You can also follow snatched transitional twitter. He can lost in Translation Tumbler, facebook instagram youtube in place subscribe to a Youtube we on nearing six hundred fifty subscribers. I believe in. That's fairly exciting. 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Where can people find you? That's true. Yes, speaking of which maze joining us during the Su- statements. Yes, I think, said that yes I'm joining the cast for the next season because I really wanted to reach tamers so this line up, we will lined icon under. What is it about like seven recordings and I just can't speak I. Miss Up Words I fumbled. What had been a day that has to seven o'clock. Senate also ought to the silence, so we'll do. We'll do that after we say goodbye. Yeah I I realized soon as we started like well. I guess it's too late now. I think it's fun of its at the end. I think he'd be fine, but. Yes, so our thanks watching everyone and we'll see guys next time on this is another. Hey, it's something which I hope not because that'd be terrible time because we're Mimi, so yes, e- Does Bah. Bah?

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The body of Emmett Till

Retropod

04:02 min | 1 year ago

The body of Emmett Till

"Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen walled with retro pod a show about the past rediscovered Emmett till his tragic murder in one thousand nine hundred fifty five is a monumental moment in civil rights history. The African American teenager was tortured tortured shot wrapped in barbed wire and tossed in a river by white men revenge for what till had allegedly whistled at a white woman in a grocery store when till's mother Mamie Elizabeth till mobely viewed his lifeless body swollen beyond recognition his teeth missing and I hanging out the only thing she could use to positively identify him was a ring he was wearing Lord. Take my soul. She cried according to a two thousand three interview with The Washington Post in her grief and outrage. Till's mother wanted the world to see the barbaric act committed against her son. She called the Chicago defender under one of the country's leading black newspapers she called Ebony and jet magazines too and she invited them to his funeral on the south outside of Chicago then. Maybe did something that would change history. She asked for an open casket skit at his funeral. I think everybody needed to know what happened to Emmett till his mother said according to PBS fifty thousand people attended the funeral in saw till's body the evidence of a vicious and hateful attack though open open caskets were an African American tradition. Till's body presented challenges not just in how he appeared but also and this is hard to say how badly it smelled. Simeon Wright till's cousin told Smithsonian magazine that the funeral home scrambled for a solution finally settling on the extraordinary step of putting glass over the casket to contain the odor otherwise right said no no one would have believed what till endured the result was profound the emotional photos from the funeral showed Mamie as she approached her son's casket. Her body seemed to buckle. Photographers captured her leaning over the casket to which photos of the smiling boy had been taped inside inside the litter. The funeral gave the nation in image. It hadn't yet seen what a lynching really looked like the brutality the anguish the sheer sense of wrong in this Massoni interview right said the photos led to renewed vigor in the fight against racist and a few months later a woman named Rosa Parks refused to give her seat on the white section of a bus prompting a year long bus boycott in Alabama led by an up and coming leader in the civil rights movement and the Reverend Martin Luther King Junior King may till's murder a centerpiece of his sermons and speeches the crying voice of Little Emmett till he'd say screaming from the rushing waters the evil of racial injustice the justice. I'm Mike Rosen walled. Thanks for listening special thanks to Deneen Brown who reported the story for The Washington Post and for more forgotten stories from history visit Washington Post. Dot Com slash retro pod.

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Performance Anxiety ft. Mamrie Hart

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52:15 min | 2 years ago

Performance Anxiety ft. Mamrie Hart

"Today we are so so lucky to have just such an amazing guest. I mean, I'm we're so honored rear in off that you're here shot. She's a big deal, big deal. I saw on a red carpet. Really, I've seen so many photos shellacked from head to toe head to one time Mamie. Heart war, a leather dress on a red carpet when it was a very warm event. We had a party afterwards and literally it was a pool. It was like. I'm surprised at your Tanner. Didn't just like melt off your legs. You know what? Ma'am. For anyone listening. If you go to look at a dirty thirty premier picks I'm gonna is making fun of me because she was white as a ghost. Was wise enough to get a spray tan. I see things you learn when you start to like, you know, hang out with Google peeps like you. I know is everyone's pretend I didn't know that dude all of other. Otherwise you just like a ghost, oh, the entire industry is just it's all fake. People are taping their is up and you know, putting stuff in their faces. I mean, but stuff and their faces. I not medical term radical in a medical way, not just in a sex way, but they do that too. I have thought that those little sponges over one uses just like, but books. Yeah, the fate beauty blenders use those. Do you only for up lugging. Okay. Only it gets real blue real quick. Just know what blue is in blue Commodore. I thought you meant blue is in my but had like weird black addition. My face. Was it horror so much sheer confusion? Yeah, it gets real blue real quick, Mary Hart for those who might not know no relation, no relation. Oddly enough, though, I do think that we should do. I think genetic sentence e I think like, I think we could go back and even if we're like cousins to the millionth degree that about cousins, you can still just say cousins. Even if we're like twentieth fifth nineteenth, we could just be like, well, one hundred million. Yeah, cousin cousin, this is my cousin. Oh my God. Then we can start telling people were cousins. You must have some common ancestor. Like going back, we must probably a bad us to probably from like. What is heart? Is that like Dutch or something I Don, I think is German a Masterman why families heart from hates, which is German the hater. Yeah, the hair. The hair produced that video. I'll make an, they'll be us. We'll do the spit. I love it. Boehm. Then we'll have, you know, people do gender reveal. We'll be cousins. Revealed cousins are all cousin party. God, we kissing. No, we couldn't shut it down. Bye. I will say just a quick thing. Friendly friendly know that at the dirty thirty premier. I posted a picture of me in front of Grayson baby with one of my favorite captions of all time, which is a friendly like flight attendant, letting these Amazon goddesses board, the plane. Picture, we'll put it up on the hamline Twitter's you guys can to accurate address. Yeah, that's how everybody knows. I'm what is joy, how tall grace and may we are compared to you. That's enjoyable. That was love. Everyone in my life is taller than me. And I think it's really good because if I think if I was even the same high or taller, think people would be like Hannah's, you need variety. You don't wanna look at a city scape and every building be the same size up and down the up and down and that way. Also I seem like less Bossie maybe I'm conc-. Yeah, it's like you're humble because you're, you're, you're my five, three, three starters, fair. I say five. Four? Yes, you know, it's like you're like a little Spitfire. You're just makes you go from Bossie to scrappy in automated, like you're scrapping. Guys, we're here because we are. We have the lucky privilege of having may. We join us and what we want to talk about really is origin stories. But then also something that you helped me learn, which is what is performance anxiety? Yes. What is performance? I mean, you actually have a degree in theater. Correct? I do see, yeah. I have a degree in theater and then communications, but I did like performance studies with that, but I didn't really like I didn't perform much in college now. Yeah, it's a lot more just reading plays. Okay. Just research theory. Yeah, I did. Yeah. I did more time on the karaoke stages than I did. Well, yeah, but you're you also, you write your produce you perform, you dabbled in directing, still trying to do it still trying to air. You know, I'm ready to get that female active a short. Will you fund it. This film is shorter than that. Forget that people are still like women's stories aren't viable right commercially. You're like. Twenty eighteen of you listening. She looked at her wrist like there was a watch. Watched. Great object work. Not privy to. For those for those you watching. How are you doing that? Okay, origin stories. Well, I mean performance is something that as really been in your family, you know, like I know everything about you, and so it's kinda hard. It's hard to interview someone that you know so well, but for those who might not know your dad was actually an act. Yeah. Actually, my parents met in college when they were both getting theater degrees. Yeah, they met like my mom was doing costuming stuff, and my dad was acting and then my dad, they moved to New York out of college and heated plays and my mom pumped out children. Then then the hardest he plays? No, he he was just an actor and didn't like commercials and then got a TV show and then on that for like eight years. So I kind of grew up on a TV set. You must have the most fun holidays. No. Well, I think that if it so wrong. I thought it'd be it'd be like singer Zinger. No, we're not big holiday. People made me a child of divorce, Simon. Oh, oh, dear. So you grow was totally fine with. How old were you when your parents got divorced. Okay. Well, here's another thing. I think they actually got divorced when I was in fourth grade or they told me they'd already been separated for years. Really? It was just that, like we're going to shock you right now. No, I got sat down on the bed at the David Crockett in San Antonio and told like your parents are getting. We're getting divorced and your parents aren't us. Actually, in the beginning of the would've explained so much. But no, they didn't live together from the time. I was three until then because my dad was on the TV show. So he lived several states away and just come home to visit. So for me, that was like totally normal. But for them, they were like separated and it was an easier way to deal with it. Yeah, when yeah. So you were always going between or would you just come to the where dad slept on couches. That's what I thought was that's what do is it that so great though, like, okay, well, it's great when you grow up or something. You're like that's normal. It's like, like my kids are gonna grow up thinking keeping the odorant by the door is like a normal thing. And when they're teenagers and they go to somebody's house, where's your doted? They're like, what? Then they'll come home and be like, why are you guys such free? Eleven. Eleven. Like. To create fake holidays and stuff. Yeah, because you wanna be a mom? Yeah, I do a comic change has me really pretty freaked out that affected your desire to procreate. It affected my desire to procreate. I feel like now whatever guilt I have at like manifesting baby, I'm like, we really should adopt. And then also we should adopt a pack of wild dogs. Well, I, I don't think I can have kids who knows that could change, but because I'm so obsessed with my dog safety like I haven't anxiety dream at least twice a week that she ran away or something happened. So find a human. I don't know if I could. I'd be I know on the couch just scared just it's really scary because it's like when having a child is like having your heart walk around outside your body and they are just like a God. I hope they're ok, they. Okay right now. And then then the reality of climate change is that when they were about would be twenty two, twenty three, which. By the way, guys, we'll be like in our fifties. So like I'm serious. We gotta figure out our commune and like our situation. You know, just this is the preparation made. Now we need to dismantle capitalism, like aura now, I don't know. I don't know. I think we gotta just every man for themselves, but that's not. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to completely. Using straws isn't gonna cut it? Okay. We're talking about our way of life which can only be sustained by enslaving all these other people and other countries and destroying the world. Anyways. May not saving the world from your perspective. Parents got the Moore's. That's basically a handle this in soundbite world. Got the worst. Got the worst Hannah's parents are still together, really. I think that's weird. You know what I asked my, I was like, you guys do. My dad was like, it's all your mom. You're to kind of perfect. Your parents. I got a good thing go, and they really worked for appreciate each other and they're so different. But. Hannah's parents are really delightful, and I would love to have them as a guest. Guest. I love that. Point on all the ways that we are similar that I don't see. Yeah. That's the best when you meet family. Well, when you meet Hannah's parents, it's literally like, oh, wow, you guys combined in made Hannah geld. That's your baby is like l. his parents and I don't necessarily don't get that, but they're also divorced. You know, again only you an Eric, have parents are still together guys. Are your parents still together? Let us know. Analyze stayed together. I don't know. Where's my question brow? How do you stay with someone for so many decades and not hate them by the end. Is he just know each other's rhythm so much you, you know, one to like Bob and we even to avoid them like a boxing match Ellen. I try not to get the same amount of drunk it anymore, like that's great. It's been great element was thinking water at your party and she? Yeah. And she like we just realized that we both are the type of people that get combative if we've had too much to drink. And if one of us stays like a level or two down. It's perfect. I did it New York. You know? She was like, let's start something. I'm not gonna start anything and you know me. I'm like, I'm gonna start something and she's like New York. She actually put me in the bedroom what we were Bossard the I just had too much Drake as you put the bedroom. It was good night and I was like, I watch Docker alliance. I like. Watching TV when I come have I like is bad documentary, like color cuddled her on the couch, but it was that was something that we learned is that if one of us is stressed out or for travelling, we always have to keep a pace behind, you know, wanna hear that and traded off. That's relationships and friendships. 'cause I'm sorry, guys, I'm bringing us back to the topic. Yes, thank you. But like figuring out rhythms with performance stuff because Hannah Hart, and I've done many tours and whatnot. And so you can tell like, Hannah knows don't mess with me before show. So stressed zoned in till the second. We hit the stage and then I'm having a blast yet. But like which is ironic because I get stressed out after show. I've always like before she. Yeah, because I'm just like, okay, we, especially with our stuff. It was like we do. We did meet and greet after which I know when you do them before it changes the game, a hundred percent way better. So we did meet and greets after that it was packing up all this plies getting all the merch getting everything, blah. That's the part that stresses me out after show and like, but we know we like learned that about each other. So a lot of it guys so secret to a happy healthy marriages rhythm. Figuring out and rhythm. Well, your parents marriage didn't work. No, no, it's accepting people for the way they are. Yeah, you know. And sometimes you can accept them and realize you don't need to be around them. Yeah. It's having the flexibility in the room and all that great stuff may he's got a great little boyfriend right now. Oh, great. Little boyfriend. Me some. He's a quality. He's got this mustache in a smile chip. That's great, isn't it? Isn't that great. It's just q- it's really down southern next. He's from Georgia. Oh, would you like chip. She has some friends. I do love us other, hey, you know, one of it's coming to the thing tonight. The chip plus sign may rely. Thirty q.. We've got acute origin story. I'm engaged. So I left him. I know how to meet people. So. Bringing friend tonight. Sorry, I keep getting off topic boys. Climate change and a pack of wild dogs. But yeah. So in regards to that, so you spent time with your dad on the set. Did your and what did your mom do? Does a career that my mom was teacher. She taught high school English and theater. And like single mom, three kids who are all very outgoing and social. And so the house was always filled with people, or we were always out, you know, we went bad kids. Back trying so hard. Not just be like we had a little toots. Well, we, this is a podcast has an explicit rating so you can. You can talk about how bad you are. Pretty good. Yeah, she was the good one sibling. Isn't that shocking? Well, you probably have hold together with for like, are you? I was the baby young. I was like, I need to give this poor woman a break breakdown, honestly. What happens here together? When do you think you I realize that you wanted acting as a profession of choice? Did you ever want to be anything else? You know, when I look back at it, I think all kids have the moments where they're like, I'm definitely a singer more, you know it was, but it was always something in this, the of performance I've never wanted to be a teacher or a doctor or anything of that sort before. It was a second where I thought I'd be a good private investigator, but that was just my school like because I caught my boyfriend lying and but like I was so good at it. How did you do? There was no texting. No, no, because I remember there was a day. He said he was what was it? It was all like completely innocent, but he said he was doing something. And then later I saw a picture of him with like a friend of his. That was a girl, and I was like, no, you in hung out there. He was like, no, I didn't. I was like hits for, that's the same stained shirt. And I was like, whoa. I'm monk. I'm monkey. Well, you know, he's do this. Make a show slash movie where you're a private. I have. I'm not worried. I think it's going to be made. Thank thank you. I, I mean, not making, you know what I mean? Make that I particularly not make it. I think you're gonna make you. By growing up. I mean, with exposure to Hollywood, I feel like something that people realize when they come to LA is how the machine works, how the entertainment industry works. And but I didn't at all because when I was experiencing, it was on a set in Covington, Georgia. You know what I mean? So I wasn't coming to Hollywood and seeing the inter workings I was just going to this place where like, you know, they film the show and I've known these people since I was three cushion. Yes, ma'am. What have you learned about the machine? 'cause I don't know what you mean when you say that like, what? What are the miss that we're by the calm an industry. It's the, it's the biz is a lot a lot that goes into everything and it's total mind. Fuck. Yeah. Like what I mean, still learning, but even the idea that someone like a movie takes years before to get together before you ever hand despite how much effort you put into that. And then years and years and years, it can just stop like there are scripts that were held for eighteen years or something it's bought or like, oh, we've been trying to script. I sold three years ago on its tenth draft. You know what I mean? And I still ever be even read out loud. You know what I mean? And then it's amazing that like shitty movie still get paid going through shocking that whole soul much work. And so many people with so many different skills coming together. Yeah, I know people that was a fun thing to actually watch to watch you experience on the first movie. We did together camp Dakota, but just learning like start to move stuff or like we know they're relighting, I'll move it and. No Hannah. You're not allowed to. Yeah. There's a specific job for every single minute that goes into this and probably a union. Yeah. What is the name of the person who like moves? Let's. Yeah, gaffer's always I had, no, this is how ignorant I was and how much I learned. I had no idea how many people were on a movie set at so on the first day of filming or something like that. I brought a dozen cupcakes. The cutest. Yeah, I brought dozen cupcakes, but there were like forty people there, even I. No, because I made I act quote unquote acted in three minute film. Oh, tell us everything. It was for my friend of mine who's a he does producing and as freelance. He wanted little filmmaking race. It was so hard to make a three minute movie. It took stole much time, so much effort, so much editing so much writing. So it's carrying a quick -ment and like holding lights. I was like, I really appreciate every movie that gets made now even if it's really bad. I mean, yeah, it's I feel like anyone who's ever picked up a camera and tried to record something realizes how much effort goes into making the myth right? And like making it come to life acting is hard and especially to. I mean, that's another thing I don't mean to like keep to in the Hannah horn, but like but acting in front of those forty people, different beast then in front of a camera by yourself in your house, you know, I don't know how anyone. I don't know how I'm like, good actors do deserve a million dollars. That is, how do because you have to be like. Okay, with feeling stupid in front of all these people. And I'm literally like shoving, like showing everyone beating heart right now. And then I'm going to do at fifteen more. Is gonna be like, stop fucking my movie with your shitty acting all you've worked with Michael bay. But like, yeah, no, it's terrifying. And then it's like, oh, okay. Hey, I really love that. You ripped your heart from your chest and like you did. And I've never had to like cry or anything like that, but like you did that. A little less keen to differently. Yeah, dude. It's crazy, so like, okay, so in the industry, there's a lot of different jobs you can have. When did you what did acting seem like to you as a kid? What made you like? What was it in your mind's eye? You know what I mean? Yeah, I wanted to do exactly what I experienced like my dad doing. I thought like you just go to New York. You'd look at TV show and you're on it for eight years. For well, right? Yeah, I did. What about those reservations for people restaurant? No, I went up there and I was acting. I always knew to act because I did plays in high school. I didn't know how I was going to get there, but I knew I enjoyed it the the interesting thing though is that I didn't become as crazy passionate about it until I started writing my own stuff. I was always like acting and this is enjoyable, but had the sliver in the back of my mind of people talk about if you want to be successful and such a lofty goal of, let's say, becoming a successful actor like you've got wanted, you know, like you couldn't live if it didn't happen. And I was like those earns, how does anyone do that? What about all the doubts thinking about it? I mean, it's kinda like it's the only thing you'd want to become. That meant mentality, I think is like the, it's got to be the only way you could live your life and the only goal you want to accomplish. For me, I'd be like, well, no, I'll have a different career. I'll be fine. Isn't that just seems very unrealistic that that could be the only way that a person could live because there's so many ways to, but I feel like it's very closely tied to, and I know I'm on like you guys know a lot more about this topic than me because you have this podcast, but I feel like that's time to people who are like Narcisse. Yeah, to wear. It's less like this is my passion and more like if I'm not famous, I will like world you exist. Yes, stop turning. And then it's also like such an emotional like you kind of have to be ignorant. The elevator. That's that's who d- who do. Well, I was just gonna say, I also feel like the emotional instability would be so hard the highs and lows of the career itself, and then also the highs and lows. You need to perform like to bring yourself up there and back down until like people. A lot of people find substance abuse in that because it's like like, you know, like madman made Jon. Jon Hamm became like an alcohol EQ, you know? And womanizer. Yeah. Yeah. I know a lot about stuff, but we using, sorry. What was I? Oh, so I always like really enjoyed it, but I never knew how I was going to get there. And I think it wasn't until I decided, oh, I like writing and I wanna write my own stuff that I was like, oh, I'm obsessed with this. Like once it became creating your own story as opposed to just going on auditions and being at the will of someone else is when I was like, oh, I can't get enough of this. Like did you ever end? You know, again, like I have so much insider insight into masonry and we've had conversations similar to this. I guess it's like so I learned everything in LA in like gogo like mode. And were you ever like. After an audition, I'm done like I feel I feel terrible about myself right now. We're like that disappointment. Like, how do you recover. It's really, I feel like it becomes such a muscle of like letting it go like walking out the room, not giving shed. But it's like a superpower. Yeah. Yeah, really like let it roll off your back. I think it's a lot like auditioned, who cares if they don't like you like we've been on the other side. I feel like a few times in the casting aspect where you go there. Fucking great. But they just it's not what I had in my head. So you can take that be like, I could be exactly what they want, except they need someone who's four inches taller. But I think a bigger rejection is doing live performances and not getting the reaction. I did a performance recently of my by myself on stage and it went terrible and just like felt such own like, you know what I mean, I don't know. Yes, that's so much different than like like stand up or like, yeah, you're woman show it was. It was me doing a bit like honest honest end up show that I just felt so like please can. I just opened up a trap door and fall in, oh God. I mean that additions it's like, okay, great. I didn't this work, but with that when you're like doing your own thing. Oh, yeah. And those people? Yeah. And they were idiots. That was loud? Yeah. Yeah, yeah. It's like the know your audience fake watch again. Like, wait, you're not a man. This joke isn't about a blow drying talk about period. Is that a Google search? You're looking up my bile. Aaron letter. I used to different hand the first time you've got from wrist to buy some of watches, like a man selling. I'm excited for when the pocket watch lots of steam punk, the flavor flav clock off. Often do a different time. That would be great. I've question. Oh, yeah. Oh, wait head. I gotta say, I can't answer that until we take a break. Let's talk about pants the on the pants. Don't talk about where on underway who's there? Hey, yeah, this is a wrap this time about tomboy ex, and it is really great and gives you confidence you can fill in the blanks. Hey, guys, I'm here to talk about my favorite podcast advertising moment of this exact second, which is now talking about boy x. as you guys may or may not recall, it's time to stop wearing the underwear that does not make you feel confident you should wear something comfy, something that allows you to shake your groove thing to your hearts extent. Yes, that was my phone sending-off text message noise I don't know if you heard it or not. 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I thought, well, it was podcast live, so that was writing. Yeah, it's hard to say how well I mean, I was so nervous. Yeah, leading up to it. And then when we were onstage I was like, oh, this is this is fun. Yeah, it was nice having a laugh track. Oh yes. What I mean? I mean, I don't know. No, not actually. Fake labs through audience. I know you hired actually like, I think that like my fear was like, you know, I didn't know if it would translate as a laugh out loud podcast like people enjoy it and you know it's a podcast. And so my fear was that it was going to be quiet, but people laughed and I was surprised at that like it felt like doing it was to be honest, it was a lot easier than doing like a live show like what we did with the right or was just like this except there were other people around hanging out and it was they were like really happy to be there. Which was any new shows to plug. I know not going time, but if I do like my own, if I was doing like a stand up, show, dear God, right. That would be so scary. I don't know if you know this Hannah, just completed six, Cl courses of improv or what really she did. She did improv on a stage with her day team. Right. Did you take. Where did you take classes? Oh, sorry. Like. Like. Finest city impress. Well, that helps like Boko. Yeah. But if you can go on stage and we like all of a sudden, I'm just walking out here to pretending this whole scenario at pizzaria exist. You talk to your best friend on state. I don't know. I feel like the punk ass is easier though. Oh, yes. Yeah, yeah. Improv, it's still so hard and I still am so like funny, like. People didn't laugh at bursley it every single thing I said. So. I'm a failure. Just healthy stuff like that? No, that's really Siri. I do not do improv. I'm not nervous on a stage like bantering and doing fun bits. But like as far as just the structure of improv and like the rules and the game of it, I. Thank you. I took one class and I stopped going 'cause I can't say I'm physically trying to make myself sick to myself an excuse not to go on Shing fever. No, I just I, it's too terrifyingly. Unplanned, like I like like the whose line is it anyway? Style of improv. It's like one liners in every person. It's a game and every person is playing for themselves. I'm okay with because if I fail fail and it only affects me the fear of being responsible for the scene going down or whatever. Right? Or like I just like that unspoken trust. I don't trust other people. Roger. There was a lot of would've Rogers idea was bad. Roger, always pulls out a gun and has a sex scene. I. Oh my God. He's always pretends Starbucks. I love Michael Scott, taking improv on the office. He pulls out a gun and every seat like a fake. Oh, no. But a lot of people when I was in New York and at this theater is they would do improv classes for like companies and stuff just to help with public speaking or not even really team building more just it makes you so uncomfortable to get that silly and to think of stuff, you'll be more comfortable in normal situations. You know what I mean? I still feel like I haven't quite like cracked the like magical. I haven't gone to the part of improv where I'm like, oh, man, it's so uncomfortable, and it's so great. I'm still like this. Keep doing it because you did it, you complete the course. It's still very, it's very important for me as a human because I still struggle so much with all the things improv really helps you with the ending. Yeah. And being like just being okay, like all of provice just just be okay. That's it. Just be okay with what's happening. I still this isn't it? This is not great. And it's like if you can just be like, no, it's okay. Everything is fine and improv. That's like, what improv is wrong moves. And I kind of think that the same applies to all performance arts. Right? Like with acting too, it's like you have to be okay in discomfort and uncertainty reds and then like life, it's tough. Yeah, I do not matter of those things, those things. And so like I find like I'll get not dishing if I get an addition, I read about it and if I like it, I can't care too much because I'm not used to the disappointment. I can't never gotten anything I understand for I have not. In years, like commercials, I was great, but like anything else, I'm just a bad auditioning. I think that's a whole other skill set. It's really hard anxious to like if I have an audition, I, it's like nothing else exists, right? If yes, exactly. Yeah, we were like, yeah, whatever I got. I got this. I like it has to be in the morning because all I'm going to do is obsess about it. I can't like go to a meeting, talk about things and then go to an audition, no obsessed. I know it's like a whole. I don't know how anyone gets anything. I know how do you not just be terrible because you're so nervous heard line because if you care, like if it's like and this is the thing I always juggle when I'm on if I addition parties like, okay, don't care about it too much because if you don't get it, I'm going to try and like, I don't. I hate that feeling of rejection moment, you know. So don't care too much but care some because if you don't care at all, you just won't go to the dish in like, I'll just be like, oh, not gonna. Like if I don't care, why am I doing this with my day? Well, that's the. Thing that I feel like that's how that's the only when it happens. Is someone like, oh, I was late and it was my watch. Again. I was. And then I happened to wander audition. I don't give a shit and they're like, oh, you're now you're driver the idea that that's how I rationalize being ill prepared. Don't give shit and whatever, and I'm chilled, then it'll be great. And then I never book anything, but my friend, Beth, she was going to an audition. It was like a southern woman kind of thing, and I got a drink with her after and she was her hair was curled, and she had on a press on nails. I just thought this character definitely has long nails, and I'm like, and that's why you book the leads of pilots like she goes all the way in see, I'm like, I don't. Why would I know what this character? I need someone to tell me what this character is like, and then what? Yeah, that's the thing that like it such bravery, but also. It's it's such a confusing art form to experience from the inside from how it looks on the outside. Oh, it's so it looks like a blast, but it is so brave. So fuck. I mean, like repeatedly walking into street with cars, dre and no matter how big you get this. The other thing that kinda fucked me up about entertainment, no matter how successful you are. The second of projects over you have the guide again of what am I going to do next? What's the next thing? What's the next thing going to be? Like just kicked out of the industry and I'm gonna make a comeback in ten years. Yeah, and we get to Oscars. Now, should I get another like even like Meryl Streep? I'm sure still feel that same like, well, this project's done. What's the next project? One hundred percent and the like the more successful you get the more you're star rises like the more to fall. I know that so negative, but I compare it to like I been snowboarding if you times it's been forever. I'm not good at it because what I found is that when I would get going in my head. Go, the better amicus, the faster I go, the more it's gonna hurt when I fall. So I would like make myself, you know that like that whole idea to keep it in your success because you're like, well, if I don't succeed, then I can't fail. Brian me like you have to get some success to to have to have taken away. And then that's it's like you publish a book. I mean, we both published multiple books and then it's like, well, what's the next book? We both made multiple productions and bidding multiple things. It's like, well, what's the next thing? And that I feel like if your value as a person is derived from that, I think that's the danger zone. That's why there's so much substance abuse, right? Like this is too much to deal with like it's too intense and painful and scary, and and just and insecure. You know, because it takes a lifetime of a career to have enough residual income coming in that you can be like, well, I'm going to be a mom now or like, you know. You know what they say. It's hip to base Gua and it's also hip to make a website. So squarespace is here to do all of the above? Yes, guys was squarespace. You can create a beautiful websites to showcase website. Well, you know what I mean to showcase your work blog or published content, sell products or services of any kind square ski square skate. Wow. 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Like I think part of me is like he's a. I mean, I hate to say the whole industry is also really different for men too. Data super famous. He was born into wealth and he's married, Sarah, Michelle, Gellar. So their mind on that Buffy there's, I'm still like, oh, that that's sad though. Like doesn't work anymore. Like does he deal like? Is it like he? He did do movies he did show right or something. I can't remember. It was the nineties, no, but I see what you're saying. I follow Devon Sawa on. And you know in love with as a child, I don't think he just like decided to stop acting. I mean that happened to my dad, you know, he was on TV for a long time, and then it was like you book thing here and there and then you don't. And then it's like, what was what? Was that? Like, what? How old were you when his show ended? I think I was like, eleven eleven. I think I was in like. Sixth grade. Yeah. So what was that live in terms of like perspective of career? Like how did he handle that? Where did he go like, right. I mean, I can't like totally speak for them, but then they moved out to LA and he auditioned and got some like little arcs on various TV shows and commercials or whatnot. But you know, it's nothing. What do you do? Yeah. If you stop working, what do you do? Go work at Home Depot. Aren't you from that TV show? Right. Did you see that movie slash read that book one day. Oh, I don't read Hannah's. This all the time where so there's this character who was on a show and then like the show got cancelled. And then he had all these personal troubles, and then his friend hires them and like it's like a food production company or like natural snacks. But the way you start out of the company's, everyone has to go through the same process. So he starts out at the coffee shop and then every and so it's like, oh my God. He like from his perspective, he's like the people who come in and see me and are like, weren't you on TV. They're like till have been on TV, put all little weight and now be working at a coffee shop. It's like a living death. Wow. Yeah. But like, why do we think that if you, if you were doing it, you, you still are doing way better than most people? I never even had the courage to try. I think there's going to be a huge slew of that. And I don't mean to be like negative, Nancy, but a huge Lou that on this generation that Hannah Nyerere. So golden of people who've had this level of success on the internet who've never had to work a normal job. Like literally doing this and say, were seventeen, and now it's not. Even, oh, can't be like working at a coffee shop and get recognized or whatever by fan, that'd be embarrassing. It's more like I don't have any work experience period. What it's like. I don't know. Like adjusting your brain to even getting paid by the hour or like a certain amount, like there's just having anything on your resume. Yeah, like the thing that also scares me for these younger generations of content creators that have been doing it since they were seventeen nineteen at cetera. If if you're so beholden to your success at that point because you have nothing else to support you and you think it's normal, be making that kind of money and right. As like, you know, when people say things like, I guess we'll just go work at Starbucks. I'm like, dude, there's nothing wrong with that. But hey, there's nothing benefits. Okay. There's nothing wrong with that, but also like it's not like you're just going to say, yes, we'll have to apply for the job and get it. Oh, yeah. Well, that's that's a big thing to people like, well, I guess, yeah, if it doesn't work out, I guess I'll just be like an actor and a all these little just go homeless. You're like a high power from well known. Yeah, that was post college. I was like, oh, that's not how the world works at all. You said we were. We were onstage maybe in Australia. I forget what it was. Yeah, and you were totally just joking. You like you guys? We should all we should sell it TV show together like we've literally pitched dozens of TV shows for eight years that you get rejected for everything that gets made. It's like there's a dozen people who are working there. Grind off and not. I'm here to trying to make that lesbian rom com. And we're way. Not. I mean. As someone who lives with two crew women. The world is depending on this line. I, I would help an anyway, possibly. Yeah. Yeah, it is. But it's it's just not as if you're somebody that like I think people don't under- expect maybe to encounter in the entertainment industry is. Just like how often you're just doing nothing but waiting and but you're also hurrying, but you're also like, wait it. Yeah, hurry up and wait, and it's like engulfing and engulfs like the three sixty of your life. Especially if you're on camera, then it's like, well, now I'm thinking about how I look and it's like, wow, your job isn't just your job. It's your life. It's your lifestyle. Well, also gets me in a crazy spiral. Like when I think about, okay, what is life about IV? That is the start of a spiral loop. What have I been like? The happiest in my life. Is isn't worth it to kill myself. That's Allen's for this thing that's like, but like you don't even get to know if it's going to go where you wanted to, and then you're going to be like, was it worth it to sacrifice like all this time and maybe like spending time with my loved ones and maybe just having maybe just eating so many simple existence of like a simple, but then do you have simple existence and then it's the whole on your deathbed and you're like, what have I made of myself? And I didn't even I should have at least tried and right now. So damn. I mean, like I feel like if you just have to accept you could make any choice and regret it, it's not about the choice you make. It's like if you live with the idea that you could regret it or like you just can't. You have to find your balance. You just have to like with with the entertainment stuff. I love love this career. I love it. I love that a bunch of different aspects of different skill sets. I love that. Sometimes it's about writing. Sometimes it's about doing sometimes about making sometimes about thinking, sometimes it's about nothing like I love it and it's the best job I could ever hope for. And so I've set my goal to just be that I can sustain my life. You know, not. I'm not looking for these huge number one hit show on TV or anything like that. I just want to make sure I can make stuff and have that be my. And that's like my safe-space my prisoners. I want that number one show on TV. Yeah. Of what he's like? No. I mean, I have the same thing with you in that you feel like you're never clocking out just Seko's. No, it's three o'clock. Okay. Okay. Guys, she checked in. I know how this is, and you said clocking out a we are, we like some weird like joke, aluminum. I guess what you could say as that, like all your life is a performance. So like any anxiety is performance anxiety? Yeah, that's right. You're writing your lines as you speak them. It's like you're an also like you're always on Xtra in like someone else's life was actually something I heard said at a party and hit hearts houseboats. After that. An extra in someone else's life for like a supporting role or a supporting role? The kooky friend. Oh, because that makes. 'cause sometimes I'm, you know, I think about we're all walking around. Look, I'm so important. Yeah. Well, you're not thinks they're the most important person really. We're all in like the world's longest movie. Yeah, it's like the being John Malkovich well, but you should be. You should be like the main care in a healthy way. Nine. Like a self absorbed narcissistic way. Okay. Mainly I could talk to you for. Yeah, like I have total Hindle is this blue ball. Like I need to keep talking to our to because I wanna know. I know I don't even hard you to started like on YouTube. Exactly. Oh, like why schmo Chile. I remember you did very funny around that time video about kale chips and you put kale on a chip in the Nate. It knows like. Just taller, and you're like, people eat a lot of kale chips, and it looks. Mccain on. Pedal is this is my favorite like sense. I know we'll definitely have to have you back and we should also plan. I feel like four people such as yourself. We should plan like an hour and a half show. You have so much trouble in the house. This morning. I look, I open and shut the door. Three. I had to go back upstairs three times three times it happens. I was like court this that. And then the third time I came down with Ella 'cause she was like, they'll just hitch a ride because she had to go to work. But we. Okay. So let's get one little nugget. Okay. Heart so we can. We kneel at. We've achieved some sense of handle as this. Yeah, I'm just confused or audio. Oh, mine's a question. May. Marie has excellent bone structure. I feel like you will succeed in everything you God last. If these cheeks cash, the check, I think you have excellent work ethic and you have a latest compliments at the no. I feel like we do this for everybody. You feel like you want, you know that you, you know that it's a want, you know, and not like something you're entitled to, you know that it's about working and that is something that like I think may Maries work ethic and like watching her go through the hope rejection, disappointment success cycle has helped me and learn how to better deal with it because I'm just like, well, maybe knows it's just about keeping going and like you just gotta go a my one of my favorites. Joan. Rivers had a quote that was like, if I'm it's not word for word, but basically like if you put it up shit in pot, it'll become a soup. Like you just keep making a making a making a making making. Yeah, you keep trying and trying what would before we go for those who might be listening who have hopes of working entertainment or becoming an actor? Do you have any like parting words of advice don't be lazy, like I know that's so simple and like I wish Nike's didn't have just do it, but literally just do it like it's just you, especially right now. I know God, I sound like such a bitch, but like a when we talk about the, the protagonist, your own movie, and especially now with like feedback on social media and like constantly looking at yourself, like you are not. You don't get a free pass like a camera on your phone. You still have to work and like, I don't know, don't be lazy. Don't be lazy. You're not gonna sit on your couch and get famous or get work. Yeah, like screw fame like, yeah, if you want to and if you wanna act like think about the crews of people like. On ham? Well, bad example. But who or Bryan Cranston, right? Yes, these people would spend twenty twenty five years of dishes rejection and maybe an occasional lows commercial or whatever. And then in their mid forties, boom, right? It can keep going. I mean, I remember I had so much comfort like in my mid twenties when like nothing was happening where it was like Kristen wig didn't get us thirty one and on the other side where I'm like and I'm thirty five and you're like, is it going to happen? You know, without guy from live actually who plays a singer, I feel you just showed up one day and he was like sixty five. I feel like he was born old. Yeah. Christopher guest movies, that guy. Yeah, this guy plays the rockstar, right? Yeah, he was born on August movies. Yeah, you know, we got. Stop because you don't know when you're coming back. You don't. It's a long. It's like dating is you just gotta keep putting yourself out there if you want it. Okay. So speaking of also unit couple of hours together. Thank you guys so much for listening may. Where can people find you if they desire to find you on the internet? Well, they can find me on my YouTube channel, which is you deserve a drink and also on my social media, which is maintained and grace Helbig and is new podcast. This might get weird. You can find it wherever you find podcast. Yeah, chemistry podcast guys, make sure to rate review and subscribe to this podcast and share it because you know, just share it, please. Down about becoming failures. The key. Okay.

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Unfiltered Episode 26 - Derek White

Electrum Radio

1:28:45 hr | 8 months ago

Unfiltered Episode 26 - Derek White

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Unfiltered starts do all right. Everybody we are back for another a persona the unfiltered podcast and I've got Justin Brown from the State Street. Tattoo Company in Bristol Tennessee. And of course my daughter. Hey we're just started the PODCAST. We just started recruiting Justin. But you but you said you said the other day or whatever I fucking own. The Bristol Touchy Company. Sri Touchy giving myself. I was giving myself a selfless plug and also we have cody. Gower owner of the Murphy's Borough Tattoo Festival. I'm just kidding. Another selfless plug against the grain in Smyrna Tennessee. However we got a better guest than both of you to combined and this is true we have Derek Castle. White Aka Durkee from the wonderful whites of West Virginia is joining US tonight. And just to be clear Derek. Also tattoos just to show. I'm just like L. Y'all probably more than Nyein. Hey we just we just regular old people do and that's right. You know I I do want to say this though It took me a couple of days to get you on here and rightfully so because you've been exploited so much in your life that you think well fuck this guy's GonNa explode too and it took me a lot of convincing to let you shut up Hank to let you shut up Hank to let you know that I'm not Just one of these fucking guys. That's trying to to make money on you. I don't make money on this show and this is I just wanted to do this to give you a voice of What you're trying to do and get your story out there because I mean. Hey y'all got a lot of fucking fans but the fans don't know the whole truth and and I'm GonNa back up for a minute 'cause I used to do the The actual tattoo mention and I had your aunt Mamie. She came down and we took care of her for a couple of shows She'll do meet and greet. Qna's all that we try to give all the fans and love we can But we we me and my partner came together and we we thought of you know how could we get her here and we called and it was literally just like hey. Y'All just come pick me up and I'll do this and we're like what the fuck you guys you know. We're not GONNA you ain't no damn agent or nothing you talk regularly so what I did a. We did pay. We paid her to come but that was on us and I did. Purchase her some prints and some shirts and I told her I said I said Mamie Sell Shit and keep the money because it is what it is. And Gra Dude. She was amazing to me. Exploited tuned into this podcast. We didn't make Adama that movie here. Fan of the wild and wonderful whites Johnny Knoxville and Jeff. Tremaine took us. Were literally loop ride. You know this bogus because the bogus most bogus part about it is asked and very very good at not to my mama funeral and here. It is yet today into thirds videos which let me give the third all the respect. Ya Much love. This family loves Hilton. Hank Williams junior to third I'll he he was true. I was GonNa say I talked to Jessica. He came down and did a party. A buddy of mine's place and I straight up. I asked him he said No. He said that he said the third was awesome. He said he's the only person that that stuck to his arse away. He's the only one in flowers and I don't mean a flower. I'm being a mother fucking bouquet that probably calls to grant was stuck in cool though you know and then you got Johnny Knoxville. Didn't even fucking rose you know and I wanna say this. You know first of all you know just a big fan of Johnny Knoxville before this movie. Big Reckon because I've seen him coming up independent. They're not watching. Take Popcorn Sutton for whites rod family then the Gandhi family for a Rod. Now she wanted me Dirk. Let me let me ask you this. And I'm GonNa play devil's advocate for a second so just just hear me out do do you think I mean. Has It ever crossed your mind that you know Johnny possibly got caught up in. Because he's got the contracts that they all sign you know it's possible that Johnny got wrapped up in already know what you're going to question there absolutely. I think Johnny didn't even know half of what was going on. I think knits burdening you see what I'm saying right. Johnny didn't know much of a just Johnny Pataudi together. I'll look at it and then the money comes and takes over and in this kind of like it's out of my mind goes like it's out to John. All right listen. They said you know they came here. You know they walk. In the first night they walked in they walking with beer and A bunch of cameras the cameras like I've never seen in my life like Hollywood was in my living room. And he ashes me. Why questions questions questions and start recording this. You know like hundred records on get the fuck you know and I remember him. Looking like dude is like you got character you grow you know an audience is like a camera comes to you and he had to do exactly like you. Want to do the podcast. Right I didn't want to do the movie. You see what I mean like. Nah I'm talking about is you know it's like I ain't trying to get you know I'm I'm just real country freely you know like but you can get that out there and you can show them. You know. Never once in whole time until the very last week and they said this and I'll even they say in their interview on you too you can go watch. He says we made it. Our business not may not let you guys not Johnny. Knoxville had anything to do with very weird but he was there the whole time. Knoxville never showed once. Oh okay why was he around? The world like never never never around. Knoxville was never rounded. Is just an expert and Taylor and then we flew out the Hollywood California only three family member glance the cost the risk turned down. That's how were they riding? Knoxville's name is what they were doing what they were doing. I think so. I think Johnny got involved just like we did. Somehow you known in Queens do that. For December stance increase could be conflict. Don't need to be between the white and KNOXVILLE audience. Get Him on the line. I mean hey one of these days you never know. But I I got shale number Gombeen but I don't ever expose it. He put me in his CD cover. I mean like I don't know what it's business you hang. Thank thank God. I guess I don't know if nothing by shielding your talking about. I think three but yeah man. This is bogus bogus I will. I will say You are what we in. The movie row is ended. They don't mean nobody knows why. Say the Boone County. Maybe people just do that or not. Derek it's I mean it's your fucking Hashtag now bro I mean it's it's everything yummy not copyrighted and everything right fucking makes them shirts and sell them Bitch Shit. Thank you people by shirt flick. It's unreal. I got a show In anybody podcast. Also check out my youtube channel. And if you want to share you know I feel you know regular and I sell autographed Now Justin is my We me and him throw the State Street Tattoo Festival in Bristol Tennessee. And it's sad guys have any questions that winners at Mar May Thirteenth Fifteenth Fifteenth or seven. Yeah that's what I said May Fifteenth Seventeenth So so Derek. I I will extend an invitation That you you're more than welcome to come to the show and We're really small have really small budget. I'm not gonNA fucking you know life. Tell me don't come through and be like. Hey Dude I'm walking show. Maybe I got it all right but one on the reason. I'm on your show because I seen that about you. Chris. Paul you're independent. You have one partner. You're not trying to outdo the next person one hundred percent goodness with US exactly listener so I mean that's nothing you know eleven if we would have promoted this before if I would've if my youtube or anything new on this right now have a lot more than eleven. We have a few more than eleven but what I will do shit. What I will do is is when. Do Post this Derek I'll let you know like a week before and you can get up and everything I will but dude we travel. We travel all over the damn country and anytime you come Virginia Room here. I just literally came through there the other day I was up in. Indiana doing a podcast. There well actually. I know where you're at because I took Mamie home from the up Madison on all that you know what the hell on that. Hey I was See now here's another thing that that a lot of people don't know is I was doing some things with Shane for a little bit right before. Yep well insists fuckers. Pull it out as soon as they died and wouldn't pay for a funeral. I promise you anything. When did a fundraiser to help? Raise the money to varying from any ex- actually act and actually I just had a woman on my Lafi yesterday. Talking about how. Y'All God's came and just did that you know all hell. Yeah that's how we are here in West Virginia would take care and you take care of man. That's the way it's not you know. Tell us how this whole country should be. I agree with you. I mean as wide as you are less than wishful thinking. I'll get all that stuff. You know our country to help her hands. Ask Derek Real quick I I WANNA I wanna say this you do have a go. Fund me up for absolutely We'RE TAKING DONATIONS ON A. We're going to start feeling part to this. We can now faces are independent towards all actually guys so I want to work out for the people by the people with four. The white by the WAY TAIBBI. I WANNA ask you. So what do you need? And that's where we'll we'll start with this. What do you need and the good cameraman Punk so much? Money into like close ups go pros and everything for this very the stuff that you know that people need to see is unbelievable. You can just go watch on my facebook youtube some of the videos that I show one here and they trump today movie man. I mean and it's just I don't know our family saint the only movie we had by the way. The dancing outlaw was made in nineteen. Ninety me my brother all this was. I was only six years old when I appeared first on. Tv It's crazy to think all that and Jessica has I WANNA say this. He has the dancing outlaw. Yes Jessica goes the Hollywood on the Roseanne show markle's ever saw that. I didn't know that that's fucking go. Yeah he's on squid. Billy's death thought of Gather making a killing on him on grand theft auto he and his network just like I said his PhD eight million dollars in my uncle lives in has never seen over a thousand dollars at once. Probably take saying guys Baloney so they basically. I'm assuming they. They found the loophole in the contract. And everything we're able able able to explore Jessica and your family and everything and make money out there. I think they mytalk does something. We're just hope gave all permission and didn't know what he was on. You see what I'm saying now about something. Obviously I'm not a lawyer. Know anything about that Shit. That's not out of your core hold on just and it takes money to fight in court. Okay True Yeah. Absolutely and they go. We don't have that money got the disposable incomes where they can. Just hold you up for fucking can. That's I've always said you know I got my fan base behind me big enough or if I win big somewhere else like I'm doing also recording the album of Megyn de it's called labelled by Society. Have you got you got you have it out or you? You're working on record. And everything I just think. Put it out booking intro music dude of it. I mean I play guitar from us. Twenty two years now. Buckton may send me three years old. You know everybody thinks I'm like you look like you got down eighteen. Everybody thinks that motherfucker is that mountain. I'm telling you he'll billy. Can you know what I mean Shit? Just Justin have you ever seen you know. That's like now he looks to me. I'm Jay Zal too. Young always seems like the only thing that I can. That's like I can picture in my head and everything is from the movie. 'cause obviously I've seen the movie visit. What's your workout regimen of like years ago workout workouts? When I'll give it to your biscuits and gravy in the morning bitch. That's one free eighty. Craig's cody cody. Who you talk in the background but yeah definitely check me out. Love got off the platform. Hold on hold on hold on hold on the phone doing everything by the dollar budget taking everything right now. Where are you at wasn't side to grab something quick to go? We'll go outside dickhead. I don't ever own second. I just stopped. I'll fucking bitch. Try to four on Fox mercy my other radio kill from O'hare dude. Trust me I know what you're saying. Cody just bought one. But this is great for the show. I want to keep this going pistol Justin. You did three boxes shelter. We have all just gone crazy shit and your eyeballs. I'm looking at all. Dan Don't WanNA couples any bars. I'll tell you to extra bullets. GimMe Threes Antiwar. Oh my Gosh told you should just give you should just give me at the Moscow. A working one. They got confederate money to walk. Now what I wish this long speaker from. It is care quills. Mine is its own speakers. Our you still alive. That's fucking because I can take one of those things even if it was like a train. Hit Me when I got where I all okay. They kill me discussing this. I've been here since ninety-one. Damn I'm glad you walked in and made it better from my buddy shows this problem. That's fucking Shit Shit. I'll tell you what you're going to be a cameraman. Congratulations Yeah right involved in the only I'd just I want to help you. I want to find somebody to try and help you do. Yeah man you on me because I have one. The fans hop up on my thing is like dude. I'll just bow the camera. You're on the outside and the kind of person I am. You know I don't need to let you about that. People don't understand how people money y'all just he's he's he's tree. Michael Labor he's a damn zanny sniffer. He knows his pockets talking outsides laying somewhere. He's lost one hand. You have to get incredible. You can never pass on. The damn dog is probably. How is your mom man awesome? Hey did sue back soon. Thank God who weeding them. But you can have really into what you fucking to corona virus and Verona's Iverson excuse to not allow by doors. You'll get shot when people come to you. Don't even know on it too. That's my mom's doorman. You'll hear how and you'll be laying on the floor. It'll be less. I haven't done shit dorning way glass. And they'll want some beans beans and meal. Corn Bread and brownies brought it up. Dude that tape. I tell you what know took me home dude. All she won't do is feed me when I got to the house. That's how that's that's all we do. You hear just broaden strict Ahmad doors needs a shirt if you need a shirt or jacket. Once you leave the shorter jagged. But she won't say rather forgive your shirt off our bag. But we're labeled as a mother fucking you know outlaw. All that his mom's the first person that's in the movie his mom the ones that I've read on the on. Remember her. The black headed lady. She says she says yeah didn't they? Didn't they cut her all see? They added it and she spoke great about us right around here. He said his mom was one. I'm saying he said record when they record it. See what I'm saying. But you see how fast the editor after she? She said that just to make it. Nice juicy says he said Most of the reputation of whites and been county West Virginia. She said I'd rather than come in on that. And then she cut her van right there and go into the movie right after she because he says he's like I love them people. I mean fucking Shit GonNa municipal appre appreciate wrote. You know what I mean. Yeah got the. That's my longer centers in robbery embezzlement. Dri I've never had a failing in my life so just making that up in copy if I wanted to be saying gene. They don't make it up they cut. We're labeled as she wants and maybe it says we're murderers all this and all that or fail so based off like hearsay and then use that as as they did was Mike. Yoga's was here. Will Barky down the bugger. Oh my God. This is how I think they Knoxville got. This idea. Doesn't make this movie about them. Family West Virginia. One of them saying and didn't pay these guys. You Know Nick Berg. That's how it works. That actually works like this to any paid. You know if you're going to do a documentary of looked into the deep end fucking is like go out you know. See if these people's willing to do it me and Bam Bam. They just went a little bit far with the took. An your own hands. You see what I'm saying kind of how I feel about it. Talk about it. More and Johnny Homing and obviously you guys already had a following and everything like that and then people already knew your name because of Jessica and everything right exactly. Get a lot of people that are like. Oh you're Koto daughter. You know she like that. You know I'm like really. I'm saying the reason that they came to you guys is because just his granddad. All his grandma Popol was tappenden disco. He'll circles around you. Oh that's okay. Yeah I I I. I've seen okay. See that's what I'm saying. He made a movie. Also people don't understand a long time ago movies and ain't got a nickel for that man now less motherfucking bullshit not anti now all day pay just for that cocaine. Disco Ball cocaine. That's why when it comes to the wall and we'll see like every ten years right when it comes to do an update on it. Have you ever noticed? That's how I feel about Gra. She won't Buddy Senator Thanksgiving cocaine time these papers and Jerry. Well I mean hey if somebody does cocaine and you over M- announce for everybody in West Virginia. The locals know how they come in here and did this right. West Virginia kicked acetate voice. Hey Derek out possibly can help you out with The Editing. Because that's that's where your money's going to come in When you when you have your footage for the next you know what you WANNA do Editing is going to be the big thing for you in and I do know a couple of guys and You know we might be able to help you out with some of that stuff and and like I said we don't want good but I'm Gonna I'm GonNa get you in touch with some of those guys and try and see if we can't fuck and help you out man. I mean I I'm saying know because you. You know what I'm saying on a trust me. I what's your what's your goal for it and everything is like. Are you one to actually be like a legit? Dvd movie or like Netflix fucking. Just a movie on Youtube kind of thing like Youtube. He wants to make some money mean to do nothing. Runs you to buy me a lot. You know they might two million damn his in one week off a video. It was crazy how he did. You know that bombing you mean. It's not new youtube shooting for. I want to get it out to the world but if the reason why the wild and wonderful whites are known in. When I'll get alive I got people from England sleet and Finland in mark. You see what I'm saying. Yes worldwide and that's what people you know. I want to apply like that and only platform runs like that your Netflix. I was GonNa say you need to? You need to fucking hit up Netflix. Absolutely you know what I mean. I thought about that route. I WanNa get it all together to see what I'm saying and another person off shoot of that is the person that actually owns the wall to wonderful whites. Now that's why we've Deniro. Yawns Troutbeck appeals shit. Absolutely yes and You know of course I would I would propose and she wanted me but be neatest. I'm not a bunch of fucking off exactly. Well we're GONNA try our best to get it out there and If even if we had the run youtube say we'll be seeing Emily especially with today's Day and age. I mean once it goes viral. It's looking out there you know. And then if you're able to get monetize or whatever with Youtube and make money off of it but it could even get picked up from there to kind of thing right exactly. That's the Kinda Shit I'm looking for. You know what I'm saying. Cody you're paying for you. How old were you when the whites was filmed Kinda thank nine one saying so eleven years ago so you what twenty one. Twenty two team. Yeah Twenty one twenty. Yeah somewhere near. Yeah you're right about how. How long did they filmed it for? How long were they had guys place everything actual in year? And that's what it says. We followed the whites around forty year. This is what we got was five. There are other interviews. We have five hundred hours of footage. And you come up with that at Damn. My Buddy here said you know. His Mom said their interview them for an hour and had nothing but good. She had to say and it took that to second. That's fucked up. Yeah there fucking Derek. Also now had attitude. I'll see too with you. Know like let's say hypothetically the movie is able to move forward you're able to get the crew and you know the film and all this Kinda Shit and everything. Can they still fuck you? Because of the name or it was at Jessica signed his name and they're making money off of just go and they're they can't make money off of Derek and so and so and so and so you know what I mean right like is there. Is there legal show? Yeah it's more or less how much intellectual property Gal's name do they don't come on and they never give this information. Nothing I mean you can request those so no legal contract families under contract you can get those contracts down. It's under contract anymore. Screamed at family. She wanted me up screaming that to. Let's do this. The bottom line warn. You need to help me do. This is just and he won't listen. He married woman listens to everything she says. But look near the bottom line is I mean. You know it's your life and you still have other family members so you know you could call it. What's unsettling also made me shoes. You see what I'm saying has the biggest. Yana mean she owned all the rights over all everything. She wants saying she's beneficiary. You're right yes exactly. Getting Ready to test amounts beneficiary of everything now Real quick just real and she loves everything. I had to say everything I was. GonNa be the last time I talked to her. And it's been quite a while Bro. she was. There was something wrong with her legs but I because I haven't talked to in longtown learn stuff. You don't need a lot of people. Don Let health right now. I was GONNA ask you. How is she don't do while? We're not we. I want you to when you do talk to. Please tell her that I asked about her. And and like I said I it was it would surprise me if she don't remember who I am. I really because I used to call her all the time. Check owner and Over the years I've just so many phones I ended up losing her number. But next time you do talk to her. Please tell her that asked about her. And I'M GONNA throw this out there to What outstanding about the show earlier the in? May If you can make it down man just get your room and you can just come. Hang out with us on thing. You know a lot of people. Don People's Halloween parties and everything. I mean Do that a lot. You know long as they take care of the hotel and all that you know. I am showing in Murfreesboro which is right outside of Nashville. So you know we're Middle Tennessee. Is You literally right down the road? You'd be closer to my nephew. The one says Dennis's is there. Are you serious swear? They hate him from West Virginia. There man it's called Murfreesboro Tennessee getting set to the show the show put. It's literally probably a thirty second drives of the college. I was GONNA say the stadium right there. We'll say university. We're right on the road from us. I mean if you wanted to come out one. Don't hang out and Hank is right in the in the same area two. Yes yeah. That's what I was gonna say area so good. I lived in Memphis man. Do you know. I don't know I down the united to say it got a lot of places Memphis vessel review on the wonderful whites because they thought it was racial back in you back in west. Virginia I'm going home. I'm right where the movie I'm saying. I'm sitting opposite. We're actually was when I take the bottle no shit oh counting. Is that a real hold on for all the fans out there listening to this. I wanted to do the Johnny. I'm going to give up his Co. vitamins right and then you know he's like why don't you take girl from your from. West Virginia and I don't I don't I never did my baby mama from Brunswick. Oh that's outside of Cleveland. Lived IN CLEVELAND. Twelve years right and This is before all the movie and Shit. You know I'm Lou back to West. Virginia and my sister got killed a car wreck shit act months pregnant her baby and to my break brands and published data they did their maneuver shit on and they did it illegally. You're not allowed to do it at the speech you mean. My sister was innocent completely innocent and she was in a car that choosing fail and you fail any on him and she just happened to be in that car and he ran from Galley and we lost her. I mean being her always was like. Hey do that dude. It was awful. Winded monologue changed after that right there. My whole life changed. I is the place in. Yeah I used to play pro football for Cleveland. And everything had scholarships places three colleges fucking lost. My sister just stated may rightfully so she blood for years you know and then we just very one family member other another ever. Since I was going to be so sad when I made par was movies that were happening with us. See and that's what I was gonNA say too and that was in the movie not the people that have passed away and everything but I mean that that says some two. Is You know like you said a couple times too. We're real people you know we wipe arrest kind of thing you know. Even tell him those stories and stuff and how it's affected you and your family's life and everything with losing your sister and all these different family members and everything and that's the shit that you didn't see and didn't hear in that fucking movie. We got to make this happen for them. Somehow I'm sitting here like racking my brain Li I know three dudes that fucking film and everything here in Bristol. I'm ready to text tomorrow morning. Listen a fucker you need to drive out the West Virginia this shit fucking plump right now and then a big ago while ago you know if anybody wants to get involved in it you know. Just let me know as I've mentioned that multiple times when I ask people live at podcast busy. Yeah Cody Cody. Pairs under code is being rude to hold on. Sorry anyway could you ask. I mean Cody could you ask those people to shut the fuck up here? My people come in people's different. It's okay for your people. Look at me like I'm rob appreciate. I'm the guest tonight. Not Codey Codey Codey fixing give fired appreciate that Yanni. Hey Code not see. That's that's one thing about this. We don't look at ourselves like that. See what I mean like some big Johnny Depp. Speaking of did SUE BOB. Actually go to California the day shoes in California though she it good for her. Dc A roadmap skateboards with the bottom sale in trying to get them from one to fuck is going on here. Puckers nineteen years old. I don't Skate Board none more. Damn did cody hangup owns or did he just muse. How long can hang up? No No. That's a really fun Celtic music. Just so the the issue is I have it. It's okay I'm fine. My plans yummy. Do My lobbied taking fucking watch watch it. They can go back and watch. What's up now? Wendy you need to go do your show. I was going to do it at ten but then via pass that I do that all the time. You know what I mean they know do Dobie Whiten but Probably about Bob probably do Levenson like I mean sorry. We got them right now. You're not supposed to do this. So let's let's do this right here. I- cody I want to ask one question real quick before you stop it okay. So a behind number two. Are you trying to trying to more? See the family side of things or is it just all the crazy shit that was happening in number one in out the the stuff he wants to fuck and show the state? What they did was doubt the truth made and made a crazy movie. You know what I mean. Yeah you'll see the wildness in what I WANNA do. You have to have the Waltons you have to have action and you ask drama to around here. I can point my camera this way. And it's fucking people on far shooting. Guns are not complete. Nothing cameras this way and it's my thugs opening teens in poverty. A gas then. You just want to straighten fucking truth. Kind of find a behind the scenes clear right straight through the wash of being district truth about family. Everything like like savages and there was more than that right. I got an idea I got an idea. Hey Derek we need to Do a party and we need to schedule this thing about July. And we'RE GONNA HAVE WE'RE GONNA have. Let's do a Tattoo Tattoo. Get together and it's going to be a weekend of partying and we'll rent a fucking stock and fairgrounds or some shit and as everybody come down with big bonfire fire. Just fucking get drunk shit all weekend because that's what we do like on the weekends. No I'm talking about. Let's make some money so you can put it towards the film and we'll absolutely I'll just saying we all get together when we party does not even a bargain Janney. We've already out in the woods. Mistakes WE CAN S. I'm putting it up to Justin Brown to make that shit happen. All hardly if he wants to one on the field down here you know what I mean for. That's another thing too. I like real quick touching on that like a charity event. You know what I mean for the movie. It ain't no fucking charity absolutely absolutely. I mean that's what I try to tell people who are like. I don't know I'm trying to get something on that. You people want right but also if we if we can get you to Bristol in St Cloud we're roussel during my project. I'm major national or plan down. The Brisk Derek happened to my father happens to own a camp ground right beside the racetrack. So anytime you want to go right let me know of like Mark True x-junior since we started raisin big rusty Wallace Fan and then he retired and I had to pick someone on that. If you want to go in April two the day. Race and camp outs I- shortcut camping. I'll tell my dad you're coming and you're there all week and I want to go to. My Tattoo shop is literally right downtown. Bristol so right on state street but no but what I was GONNA say was if we can get you can get that. I can't reach high. Need something rid listening. Derek listen to Justin real quick if we can each of the Tattoo Convention in Bristol and then we can also get you to the Tattoo Convention in Murphysboro Borough. Then I've got some t-shirt guys and you know printers and all this kind of stuff or whatever and we print up some merchandise chip and that can also help fund the fact in movie project and stuff absolutely So we can not really like eat like you guys at a fundraiser. But not a fundraiser. Its your fucking yes you know paying for the stuck in this movie and everything show. Yeah unplug getting the baby on me. I'll do a plus always perform this. I got music around here to do good man. Mike Murphy rose become more like an up and coming like party area. College sound things like that for I only about this. Evocative this is up. Turks body searches the bucket him and each other. That's no no. We had to literally the spouse each other church. The redneck right yes. He got videos on facebook. Where I'm calling him out you to where I'm calling him out. Well Justin. I don't know who this guy is. But he answered on me but it was all. Let's work together working median because this mother putting comedian. You got me two weeks. You're Canadian might be running every voice. Has Dad stand up? Comedian knows the White House. Live likely role. We don't even know him so he's not invited divided many ways. And it's one of these. I think I just WANNA. Everyone is everyone but that mother fucker you know. They're not don't need no security if he shows up. It's all me. I want that mother. She wanted me talk about how I prosecuted guards. I'm known by the PUCK security. From what cody. We're about an hour from our Texas anyways. Man Shown us what's his love. It gets on Youtube and things Karaoke. You'd Allison and Chinese. And thanks. He wrote nutshell and she is eighty. Where I'm where I'm a real musicianship. Yummy not play my guitar. I don't WanNa give them on the wall for fucking monuments he does. He does like that. That country rats funny that's called country and we and hang three fucking absolutely hated on me. I think I'd rather meet the borough of adobe borough loaded shotgun and to hear that shit the call pop country. What you radio station needed point one plays. The students didn't penalty. Hey just a note to self. Don't don't advertise on ninety eight point one now called the fan man so so would this man like you. GotTa Name Look I was. We were sit down and actually you guys. When I was in the middle of my best friends like it might just randomly talking about Louis Right. He doesn't talk and then he heard the name brought up and all that I can. Apparently it's really big. Well like I. I guess some fame. I'm so that's why that's why it's hard for me to Tom and asked if I was like uncover. Whatever it's hard for me to I'm cinemas sardine watches saying you can read it on Youtube for two dollars and watch it there. You know you want it but unfortunately you don't play the deleted scenes but on youtube typing awesome. That is Durkee. And that's one of the leader siege and you can type deleted scenes from the wrong way if I were to rent it on Youtube would you? Would you collect any royalties like you? Eight off and find it for free. She thank you. I'll tell her to a lot of things. Don't was it until we get. You know some situated Allan Talk asking for copies of it and she wants someone else's pockets that don't deserve it for three dollars. You know what I mean. I really don't care you know you're wet. You're right everybody you know anybody anytime. You purchase it anywhere. What are we one with the sleep? Still on and stuff of woman catis target. Well the original wants two hundred and fifty six dollars on Ebay Shit. Getting super rare to find on it. It's got a sleeve on the outside of the regional case the movies original ones. Nothing it has like a sleeve as lodging saying okay. I'm up cardboard. Absolutely if you get your hands on one knows one. That's the money in one there. Okay so did he go to the pawnshop tomorrow. So Cody You. You haven't seen this. I've never seen this fucking rock. Have you been under alive? I everybody loves this movie. You know everybody tells me on their family related to My best friend was when he heard me on the phone with you he was like. Oh my God I heard y'all I mean but he's like Oh my God star had do you know what I mean? I get that a lot now there. I mean that's a year state Tennessee and North Carolina. From and his mother fuckers. All you know like not not every one of them you know. There's ten of them. They're all writing August with the commitment that way though you know it's just a constant reminder of like Ats or humbled sample so lucid. Use these days. You are who you are regardless of anything. There's so many memorable quotes from that movie. Two clock Hermione Boone County meeting. Call that when they're say bloom. County Mating. Go ahead to hit again. The Washington bullets this rednecks. Do it right here. I'm just GONNA get a lot of girls telling they're like Oh my God when you're outside dude. I'm wearing a month. Fucking t shirt shorts socks and a pair rocky loose like. I'm really hit home right now. Every girl loves that Dude. I'm going try to run the movie. Having candidates redneck boys and shit like that. They love that. Look right here. Just walk around like that. You'll pick up the. I'm I'm just I'm upset that code. He's never seen the fucking movie. Look you know what we all know what I watch all day. Okay anime anime. She's on me not going to get her on the next show her face. I don't know if she'll house where they've aged and stuff. You see wanted me to get who you talking about here browser selves talking about the lady recycled a anime cartoons all day. I was talking about that. Who YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT. Dirk and she liked this. I'm on this shit all Rick when he brought up your your nephew about the one that said dentist is this. Yeah he I'm after his little ass right now. He's in jail like six times since you've been dying now. Yeah the movie and everything through my camera the other day man. And that's why I'm had to start a donation and Shit. That's bullshit NOCCO pros going in the big bad ass game. She wanted me and my nephew right now. But On nephew you know. He gave me the permission. Copyright is genesis is. I won't put that on. T. Shirt to Y- literally literally one of my friends. His instagram name is Dennis. This series really damn say people either you know I gotta give. I'm shaking bottle. Yeah a win win are you? What are you? Are you going to fuck in worldwide? What I'm saying you you were talking about doing your own. Podcast win. What are you going to call it usually dude? I can't wait to do that every I I can't wait. I can't wait I think I WANNA do. I'm not just wondering I'm going to do a video podcast. That'd be fun. You see what I'm saying Youtube and podcasts at the same time. Yeah Yeah so we do. We do a youtube too but the thing about youtube is as you have to be so fucking careful absolutely man. He wanted me with this. I WANNA be. I got two of them. I wanted to tell people that will be straight out vulgar. Don't give a fuck Rawal Real and yet right one outfielder myself with my youtube. You know it'll be a little bit because you have to. And that's what Pe- some people don't understand why you just have to play in like basketball. I got banned for three months of watching fucking barring owns and the game was playing the background the NFL being I've read the complaint and everything from the NFL. I was like fuck man I was like. Oh my God I was like goes back to my other. I've seen them email. And it's like my other video and it's the actual game getting feeling you dumb Fox and it's right on Youtube. The semi scared it is. You'RE GONNA make some damn money somehow targeting the answer digital's fucking crazy. But I had to turn down and you know I watch. I'm watching Kentucky. Lsu Right now. I had to turn on TV. That's crazy social media so politics sports. Banak the problem is you should be able to do that anyway. Absolutely offense to each say Zuckerberg thought this was the Landau free. If you're paying for the freedom of speech this is absolutely you know when I play Youtube Prime and Shit I'm paying. You ought to be able to say anything I want to say and making you money making all these views bitch. Yeah you've got to be so sensitive of the nation but all of that said You know right now. I just now got hit like yesterday. What is the what is your. What is the go fund me under? What is it called Gofundme? The is It's on my facebook wall. Mean for right now. How much are you trying to raise like? What do you think doesn't cost? I got it sad for two grand. That's it that's it that's it that's it more than two twenty nine. This is my family. I know what we'll do. I still think it's going to be a little bit more than the only thing you see what I'm saying and also another thing. I want to do a tour afterwards because you also have like a token music CD. You know where can win. Acquire your CD. I'm not even put it out. That's what I'm saying. Okay I'm on tunes and all that we able to download it from there. I'll let you know since I release it. Everybody I'm releasing twenty twenty. I was working on twenty ninety smokers. I mean even with the wrong one day guys there's gotTa donations for the follow up of Film Www o. w. d. wonderful white West Virginia. Okay we'RE GONNA go. I still think you should make that a little bit higher. I think you're going to incur more cost than that. We've talked about that. She wanted playing just said it like that because they want people thinking whoa this through China. She wants to look at your greedy kind of thing. We'll see if you do if you do say okay. Say they do come up with to green. Well see what these love. But the here's the problem though. Derek if you do that and then you get the two grand then you do another one. That's when people would think shit you know so then you're going to have to explain. Well you know this was under under budget and I just. I just think that that's a little too low Prime example is there was a go fund me and about every other day the amount was raised by at least three to five grand rank as they kept getting so much support and to me. Look Very Shady. Well you need bills to be paid and you five grand and you met five grand but now you need tender you know so if you set the goal and let's just say you put it at twenty thousand and because I mean you're GonNa have to pay somebody to fucking film that regardless but put it at twenty grand twenty grand closed down the fucking twenty grand. I've got people want it for free And I get that part but again I think when the wall watchable strain on your think they paid their. I still know the people that feel this shit. I was in holly am right. You're still you're still gonNA need money to to to promote it and stuff like that and the editor and the editor is going to is going to cost you some money I am. I have two people on the way he wants to absolutely. I mean I get it but you still Yanni. I'm focused on it. It's obvious you're not just trying to get money from people. I and I understand that but I I would say green on there just to see what I mean. How would go you know? And it's went very shitty. Well understand that it's going to get put out a what I'm saying. I mean I'm like I'll like I said we're going to get twenty grand well at the same time you know even if it don't you can still if you get up to where you from it because you're gonNA use it for what you're asking people to use it for the. I don't I don't think it's a far stretch to ten on it and saying you know I've I've been want people's opinions. I'm glad you're giving me all this. I'm Don don't get me wrong. I know nothing about it. I know very little but I do a little tiny bit. But four people out Paul. To like my editors and things like that you need to raise it you do need to raise it and like. I said we we know people that can also help you this. I'm not trying to raise it to him. The whole thing and we get that I mean people are GonNa get it but some people obviously won't Shit Dude I love my haters too. I love you guys. I keep shit any more of you buy the more because you know what I mean. The even more notice right now is is when you mouths and somebody's name at least somebody's talking about you. I mean bad bad publicity. You know exactly exactly But we're I'm agreeing with Scotty. You need to put it at ten or twenty. I think ten to fifteen. Maybe you see what I'm saying I'd go to you. Just let it ride. I need to raise fucking you know. Ten fifteen twenty grand or whatever and because I'm talking serious about the ship with two grand. How fuck would you make a movie on to grand even though people are donating their time and filming netting in or whatever you're still going to make DVD's or you need to buy ads or whatever the fuck it might be. I mean in my opinion I would. I would look at it more seriously. If it was a legit number like I wanNA make a movie. I need ten grand rock. Yeah do you know kind of that if I had to? I was going to use the two green who also fucking inadequates that I could also do what I said I was. How do the tour young mean and use that money? I mean I got different ways now. I want to go about it. The most direct rail go about it is Kinda raised money right. I'm saying and that's what I'm saying. We need to have. We need to have big old hat and go out and fucking tour to raise the money right. Yeah because it also says gas and travel there. He also had that in mind you know. Well maybe I can just do fucking couch store if I had to. Hopefully that's how that's how hard I wanna get this done. You see what I mean. Wall on People's couches from city to city just to go to geico. I'll post this up when we have a podcast here and everything. I'm one of the admins and a Tattoo Group and we dealt about three thousand members in our things I'll definitely fucking post the go fund me in there and obviously to they're gonNA fuck in you know the right light shit at two in the movie they actually around this woman about you know what I mean a and the only time that movies ever editing can think because at that time they told me like act on saying he's like act like you miss a you know. No this is my work motherfucker right. That's how you know I mean you had to do in my laundry about it. I remember and he's like no. Just tell your missing it up when you see. We want it there. I'll say all means add a or have you ever seen an ever and she's like you know what I mean unlike Sh- bitch out here he hasn't seen the movie house and not actually plugging it up. Nice I am on the tattooed when you go to her. On the scene you can see me Senator Ted Turner kind of like a God smack fun talking about on Mousy. She actually came to one of the shows. We did with Mamie mouth mouthy shade. And I do not remember what was made me well I I cannot for the life of me remember. It was either maze youngest son. Yes it was Dakota Dakota Cain Yang Dakota came to ash. That dude was a fucking pistol. Let me tell you aggravate the mother fucking. He was never like a yes. That's awful honey. He was funniest shit. Have on the Radio. Get my hands on you. And you're going through the wall. He Dude any doggy spoke you what he did. We were in elevator with him poking more for exactly what he said he told James Von he looked he looked up at James Von and Mamie was in the elevator with laughing over. Wash my dishes. The Elevator Jack Johnson jacked up on me so you can take Jesus feet as low as he's washing your dishes. Don't worry about it saying Shit but look we were on. Elevator and Dakota looked up at James had said something to code and Dakota LOOKED UPSET. Me was like well. Fuck you motherfucker. Mamie just laughed our ass off dude and James like what the Hell Mamie was like ready. I'm just going to let him whoop your ass. And he's like he motherfucking S. I started laughing and people who grabbing with one hand just do. Malhi was like ten at the time I know. Many duties like twenty now and he looks. He was tiny. Little fellow. Tani man talks to Mattis Shit ever because mainly protecting you know what I mean. Dude I can hiding posted up getting recently into the owls in the grocery store like teen cops broke fucking Shit. Don't move GonNa move on and talk an every clerk and cashier. There was like that little multi-voice started every across the thing to that boy over there and we can Eddie Mair Ukraine around the house like seven times. I'M GONNA take us to play ball. Just I waited on him all I had and I got my hands on hard copy. They don't move motherfucker. God Dude Scream off. The floor ain't no way in. Hell you get to me breath. I'll do the people she calls us. We talk about. I ain't no way hale granted when that all happened in. Yeah you know what I mean the gun. I can't re- man I'll say hi. I'll be dead on with the home fans everything we would eat. We would get up we. These two boys rob the pharmacy in Chicago. We get up statute of limitations has run out there. No they got the district. I live in actually called Crook district. This isn't a newspaper is motherfucker crooked and one family name of the white canvas on all the police de remember to share. If on the bus flight and party says Randall White uh-huh so go ahead to two guys broke into the pharmacy. Forgot about that. My Father Scott and LACI named broken through the Chicago brought always peels back. Do we get up an e commerce that look getting smaller we would get up and Walk Thirty. Zanies at one one time thirty seven and I swear to God you know what I mean not have like two hundred fifty pain pills. Nicole Festival was going on fucking pills. Nicole fast when we come back with like three. Yongming grab another bunch dude. It was crazy and fucking remember in shit pop tough membrane was a prevail with your Hon. Coming out of the woods and Puck in Brandon was like fucking rumble. Tell my gun. Bill is true story or years. Exactly how mainly mainly in Early Hastening over Jessica was the state of night. Come down off his heart and realize these fucking guys running back and kick the windows out and stowed it and fucking dumb molly. Sulaiman's house broke the Flask Green. Tv You name it young. I mean molly stood cutter Brooklyn mattresses a jump on the bed and stuck thank through. The puck concealing. It was crazy. I don't know what got into him. And then come back up here to my house and they called brings. We'd set very brain led his dad. My has was best. Friends like being Brandon Brandon. Was family of you know. Poor stay married my mom and then looking. Brandon's like Misogyny Code at Daddy and I've seen seen talking a demon come out number with holy strict. Goddamn folk and seven point. Six to fifty four are we're talking about. Don't take your head off from fucking hundred yards like. It's nothing grabs. It goes to grandma. Box a hollow points. I'll never forget that part. I believe this is how he lives right here. I said you're not shoot mahalo points. I just paid off. It was expensive with meeting box. Hold on hold on wait a minute. Wait a minute. Did flight a minute. Wait a minute are us telling me that you know you're not taking Mahala points? Paid too much money for them but you can have these acts. Okay I said you can take the full metal jacket. That's how we live in Brandon WanNa per shouting in the fucking face. Oh my God and come straight back to my house is he still is still within shot like thin. Cobs out here kind of getting me. 'cause all Lord Issue Masada them let them know that whole thing in the movie is how long it took. The cops arrive here. It took him nine hours. We could have been gone. These mounds I go in this Mountain Bahama House and come out in any town around here. Three towns over and rain. Just a darn shot. In like. With stolen car to Kars righted is blow them up. That's how on a rampage. He was out fast eager by the time. I hung up the main. Mainly that's how I saved her life. She's she knows that. This day I call us to or get out of the fucking house and I said in those kids out there because the code was again at and Teaming there's little boys he said he is going to. Kill Them. Kids kill you and billy. I said I'd never seen him. Act like this Naimi said when she she passed off in the car and she said she heard the gunshots since he got out to a cousin. That Miami's daughter lived about three football fields down. That's where she's taking the kids to. That's how fast he got there. You see what I'm saying. That car was blowed up. Then you jumped out of that car at the billy and he couldn't get back over the couric jumped out in the middle of the road and shot at a dude charter shot in the passenger side and exciting. Stop his car in Guardian it. Shit Sonny so well I would. I think I probably would have to you. Know what I mean. Combining shop siding purse making stop and when he stopped he held him at gunpoint taking fucking car. Pedro gets so fucking hard brainstorming also reports you know at you know in his view of not seen. Mavi easy shit so he goes crossed in front of my house here and tries to calm one of vicious sealed. You've ever seen in a fucking son told on fire. And he is so much hail with column powder and they got him for hours and they said he burned it. CanNot Burnett Garmin. Kept telling you need a subpoena me. She want him saying he didn't learn the colored car caught on fire sale. He ran up in the woods and somebody southern cal fire. I watched it. It wasn't the teen feet up on the heel in my yard you know about. Let's see Tony. How corns that about. Forty five yards sixty yards and like and was it. It wasn't a car. Burn fucking costs with the infrared fucking. Shit. I've never seen before sitting here. Crawling like sixteens of man is crazy. Gov craziest thing. Is he still in jail for thirty years for attempted murder? I guess it was so they wouldn't worried about that. Rental got draw. You cannot shoot. The police police officer looking at almost had a license. Yes Oh yeah. He's a sucker pot shots and you know I mean people do that. Make them count yet. I mean I'm not saying that to be mean you know something like have you ever been stupid? National came caused and when when he he gave himself up. Do them out with one bullet last. What the hundred meters and shit. Yeah he was thinking up or they wouldn't do it he was going to me and my mom jumped out talking down. We had like fifteen yard called on his screen back in the house. I had a twenty eight million Durkee Maka. I probably would've shot. You WanNa make my blood. Steel just went and did that a small blood or center. Shooting down like that and fucking. I've seen videos Murph mainsheet sitting there giving up anyway. I mean he didn't hurt none of y'all he and he showed you that that's all he did. He showed him that. I'm better than you piss them off better than trying to find fucking Thermal going in for yeah. Yeah I told him and he was combined my window. I said Gopher hundred dog and they couldn't even chained up on the Hugh rottweiler and he's Lame Day on adult pop shit. I'll tell you what I can't wait to adjust and cody come up visit. We're GONNA have good time Shit. Show you where we don't show you how he ran everything here. One in Florida. Go UP IN THE WOODS. Redneck graffiti. I mean they try to tear out most of that's gone now but that part still there so let look so. I've got a show next week this weekend and next weekend. Justin what. What's the next show. You're doing besides hours. Actually the first show. I'm working as ours. Okay so what we talked about. Mostly what you tomorrow on the Convention? Right now now. So what I'm saying just is is like I think we should go up there in like three weeks and hang out for a couple of days. Fucking Shit Cody House welcoming at the weekend of Atlanta Shit so yeah can't go. So what are we getting a month? Cody Chicago's coming up in a month. God that's where my actually assume we'll figure it out but now to answer your question Our normal show is not really normal. Show we just really talk about anything and and I I just. I talked to different people in the Tattoo. Industry actually different people. I talked to the girl that carves Pumpkins the other day But she's actually quite well at it. You should see her work. And She Paints feathers but we just talk about anything and And it's you know my whole stick is the not edit thing is just like you know we talk about whatever and you disown what you say. And that's kind of where we're at so I did. You've seen my moving. You know every one of us on what we say. No but tonight. Though to be honest with you tonight was supposed to be showing disorder That's another one of our friends and he has ghosted US two days in a row so now it is. One of these shows cancel our. We cancelled the now. We're going to call it the the Derek Castle white show now. That's what we I think. We just need to cancel sean disorder since he wants to be a Prima Donna and not show up for his own. Tv show exactly now listeners. Good followers and everything. I mean I'll pure more. You know what I was. GonNa say is dude you anytime you want to get on and do. Alpha can put you on here. I don't care and Because like I say we have a channel is not. Just just my podcast. We actually have a channel so it what I was saying earlier. If you if you WANNA record your podcast than I can upload it for you and it's totally up to you you know you could start out that way to get you going and then you can do your own thing but At any rate you if you want to show on here I'll fuck fuck and give you a slot and you can just put do whatever fuck you won't do. I don't I don't fucking hold. No no down punches and I gotta be on at Justin and got to be on. You can do it yourself. And we'll just put it up there for you because on more. How how far? How far are you from Lewisburg? I'm I'm lay. Cloture goes from Lewisburg Charleston. You're not that far from Charleston minutes from Charleston. Yeah Okay Yeah. He's not too far from Marmots comment yeah I was GONNA say my buddy Paul's got bare knuckle tattoos over there. And and he says yeah. That's Paul Kirk knowing. Well show me man I? I just told him today. One of my lifelong friends voice. I love Paul He taught he called me. Mentioned that Yoga's you didn't tell me I didn't tell him we were talking to you. You'll meet me in politics another day. I couldn't believe when you bare knuckle. Paul's my buddy man. I and Paul's going to be as this show dizzy. Yeah yeah see I mean. That's my buddy. I used to live right down the street from him and everything I mean I respect the pollen of not the opened the shop because anyone compete with a friend one saying I was hoping to shop on the same strip and then Powell open bare knuckles. Do that's what you call respect. It is a good guy he was there before. Would you? Don't do ashes the word here. That's how we are. You know Steph. When people see me. He knows I'm I'll be straight up with one of the roadmap fucking Xanax and my buddies here being heard me say that and he goes up there and gets it. You don't get his fuck and ask them not beat up on some isolating West Virginia. You'll get hurt these people. I mean you take me out my door to my buddy you know I've seen even maybe a year or two years. Thank he wants. You know what I mean cigarettes everything. That's just how we are. Best in Biz. One of us off. Oh God we don't we don't call the police. We call family apple packed or you just let him borrow a rounded out to eleven on just one. She wanted okay. We'll have a solid there. That'll be that'll work for me. Man Cody you got anything else. Anybody listening you know. I'd love to the dude anytime names. I've been thinking that I could call the flawed actually. I was looking at one action pains last night. One of the fans popped up and said something. I'll have to go back and look and I was like perfect nine. Actually let him know too. I was like that's perfect. Needs to be the fucking Boone County meeting call due to see I might. I might label. What is that pretty good? It's fucking perfect. She wouldn't mean the Boone County. Mating calls you just call it that you know in you know like I'm doing my album you know it's called labeled by Society because guys everywhere we go we can walk outside and a neighbor. Look at you promise you every day. Oh yeah that's what I call it late with society because you can look at the person like my buddies overboard thing. I'm like I'm a fucker. I'm like you know it's one thing and he is able to. That's a good. That'd be a good shirt shirts getting made with that on the the dude I go. One Peter's meet with a radio flyer wagon. I'm sitting there pool. My amplifier and it might get charm. Hand came up with that and other buddies. Thank Scott Larussa if you've ever seen his work. Scotland Rusen professional photographer Alley Indiana. Yeah you want to get your work out there law. I said that he's really cool. When Damian him you know I thought he was trying to talk to my ex. They're still maybe think that having the lines you don't cross. I don't care if Roque Governance that's your friends. I wouldn't try to hug your voice. We know it's not pleasant. Yeah I've had a try. I got like three percent on my phone so I don't want you guys to think I'm hanging up on you all right but then we'll wrap it up now next five minute scene it's good You get a chance to tune in tonight to the late night show. I got one I do that. I do it sometimes out light show that on facebook or Youtube were. I got okay. I'll watch I'll watch it at the same time. All right tune in out figuring it out so if I had some complications and stay with me. I mean nate like you didn't stick with us in the first fifteen minutes of this bullshit. Scotty Pantries just know how it works and stuff? A lot of people don't like offhand. Not I called wins it just you know before it even started. We started talking. You have nothing lined up winning it this way or that way. But that's all part of it. I just got a row with sometimes. Better Defeat Better. It makes it real. It's one hundred percent fucking real. You know we're just a bunch of fuck off doing what we do. I liked the show already. I can tell you that is better person. Yeah I mean it's like I say when you when you when we finally do get the hook up will cause I take this shit everywhere. I go and We'll certainly can do. We'll we'll fucking hook up and do one and It's fun I've had cody and Justin on here a lot and we do it at conventions and stuff and molly Paul's it a couple of times. So yeah power. Politics have been on here a couple times. I love his collar. Work Do Paul Paul. Paul Shit is fucking solid eight. Wash no man hell. He Won Tattoo today in Bristol last year. DidN'T HE JUSTIN Yeah you know what I'm saying. I keep up my voice. I mean 'cause we put West Virginia on the PUCK and that people want to meet a lot of people don't understand that anybody that's continuing to mean many multiples walking mentioned. They're still trying to stamp our nine bill. You know 'cause you wouldn't believe the tail on this come out of West. Virginia we got Brad Paisley Ki came and gone knocks. I just text pollen told him I was talking to you. And He sends you love and respect him real quick. I just in politics back yeah. That's what I'm saying. He since you love and respect must have the same and we do a one for all schools hail you can tell you know the West Virginia. Shit like how? My attitude is attitude. Is You know you can tell West Virginia boy when you're talking to I think I think we lost cody injustice. What you can redraw cody hung up but Justin should be on here because this is his call man you look so. I will wrap it because I'm afraid I'm afraid we'll get cut off because Justin actually called me. I'M GONNA start to get it anyway. You GotTa Do Yours and I will call you tomorrow anyway. Just off offline and everything and we'll we'll talk and get some stuff set up but go ahead and do your shout outs for your page and stuff again. So people can follow you. Okay Yeah I definitely want. Ya Get get on all that and you know what I'm saying. Say Say your it's what you're Facebook handle is and all that shit all my facebook. No I mean I'll have to check real quick all right bad people. I am the same way already know minded. I've had it for years now. Dude I'm wouldn't believe me with these fucking days where I have some media have the facebook instagram Shit. You know even twitter and I fucking bartered. I've got that Dumb Shit Dude. I've had a twitter for eight years. I don't have never loved into went through so many apps just now about the Shit Yo. Justin just text on Youtube hundred durkee. Let's D. R. K. I. Castle White Like White Castles full cheever's soccer. So you know what that is That's a the page. You WanNa go look at this one almost like a lot on my facebook is under Derek. Gasol Yari K. Cas My instagram is dark. Dvr KFI West. Virginia and a twitter is dark seven. That's that same DR K. I man I appreciate you coming on here and I look forward to doing more with you and like I said I'll give you tomorrow man off air and we'll we'll talk about some stuff on instagram. Said West. Virginia is his thirty. W W Durkee w the D. E. R. K. On when you say West Virginia they might put the whole west. Virginia is the brother of a man. Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of unfiltered with your host Scott. Whitaker be sure to tag US and give us a follow on social media and Electro Radio or on the web at electrical radio DOT COM. Thanks for listening and we'll see next time.

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WFOR CBS4 AM UPDATE 10-21-20

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02:25 min | 3 d ago

WFOR CBS4 AM UPDATE 10-21-20

"CBS for news headlines are sponsored by your Volkswagen dealers of south Florida checkout local offers at VW. Florida. Dot. com. Memorable Rodriguez here are your CBS for news headlines. A Miami miami-dade detective is lucky to be alive after being shot while on-duty police say the detective was responding to our narcotics investigation at an apartment complex at southwest sixty seventh avenue and twentieth. Street. When multiple shots were fired, he suffered gunshot wound to his ear detective was rushed to Ryder Trauma Center multiple suspects are in custody. One of them was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital after being barricaded for hours. No one else was injured. In Miami police officer is being investigated for wearing a mask in support of president. Donald. Trump. While voting the mask reads trump twenty twenty along with the caption no more and an expletive. The officer was in full uniform with a badge and gun. The pictures were taken Tuesday morning at a polling place in downtown. MIAMI. The Miami Dade Democrats, all the officer, and then tweeted. Mamie mayor Francis Suarez says the officer was not working, but he says they're department policy was broken for being political in uniform officers are allowed to be inside polling places voting the Miami Fraternal Order of police officers have First Amendment Rights and the National Police Unit has endorsed President trump will less than two weeks to go into election day president trump held. A. Rally in Erie Pennsylvania Tuesday night, it's a state the president carried in two, thousand sixteen but recent polls show Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the lead. There Biden has spent much of a week away from the campaign trail. The former vice president has been in Delaware, the final debate Tuesday night and in sports, it's officially to a time for the Miami Dolphins. Have, decided time to start their prize rookie at quarterback to got his feet wet Sunday against the jets. Now, we'll start ahead of RYAN FITZPATRICK AGAINST THE LA rams coming off of the dolphins by week on November first and the Los Angeles dodgers take game one of the world series eight to three over the Tampa Bay rays mixture to join for CBS for news tonight at eleven and remember we're always on CBS Miami Dot Com those are your CBS news headlines on Mirabeau Ordering

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Peter Pan

Tales

46:19 min | 2 years ago

Peter Pan

"I have some exciting news for you starting. Now you can listen to tales up associates that are older than six months completely ad free exclusively on Stitcher premium. We're always looking for ways to improve the listener experience. We found an amazing partner in Stitcher to bring you episodes. Ad free, six months after they're released. Again, this will only affect up older than six months. Nothing else will change will still be releasing new tales episodes wherever you listen to podcasts for a free month trial go to Stitcher premium dot com slash podcast and use promo code podcast that's Stitcher, premium dot com slash podcast and use promo code podcast. the baby's shoulders edged. He stared up at the mobile spinning over his head even in the dark nursery, this seven day old child was not frightened by his parents absence. He wasn't even particularly tired. In fact, he had never been so awake, his eyes, wandered the room. Eventually they landed on the window on the other end of the room. It was closed and latched, but there were no bars. The wind rushed faintly against it. Suddenly he was seized with curiosity, what was outside that window. Fumbling with his tiny hands. He gripped the sides of his crib and pulled to his own amazement. He rose to a full standing position. He wobbled there for a moment, not daring to let his hands off the crib. His head felt heavy on his shoulders and his tiny knees shook dangerously under the weight of his body. But a moment later, he righted himself and climbed over the edge of his crib. He slipped over the edge and landed on his back. But the landing was surprisingly soft and he rolled onto his hands and knees immediately. He walked unsteadily toward the window with renewed vigor. The latch wasn't complicated, a fastener held together by a single golden hook, the chill passed through him as he approached it, but he shook it off. He grasped the clasp with both hands and lifted the latch. The window opened revealing the streets of London beneath him. It was all gray buildings and smog, but even that couldn't shake the child's feeling of wonder and often the distance. He saw what he was looking for even though he didn't have a word for it yet trees, dozens of them on the very edge of the horizon, the itching at his shoulders intensified. Then in a flash, he realized what they felt like wings. He was not a boy at all, but a bird. The young Peter Pan took a step off the window sill and flew out into the night sky. I'm Vanessa Richardson. You're listening to tales today were exploring j. m. berries. I version of his icon ick character Peter Pan the boy who wouldn't grow up the tails on this podcast are dark. Sometimes scary and full of adult themes. Peter Pan may be best known as a roguish hero of children's stories, but the original story has a dark edge. This story involves parental neglect, attempted murder and two cases of infanticide. Please exercise caution for children under thirteen. If you want to hear more tales, you can find all of par, casts podcasts, wherever you listen to podcasts. Many of you have asked to how you can help the show. If you enjoy tales the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you listen. While Peter Pan is best known for his adventures with Wendy in the lost boys, his original iterating is vastly different from the boy who lived in Neverland in nineteen. Oh, two Scottish writer j m berry published a short story collection entitled the little white bird amongst these stories is a series of chapters that would come to be known as Peter Pan in Kensington gardens. They tell the story of a child who flew away from his parents as a baby determined to never grow up two years later berry took the titular character and wrote a whole play around him. One of the working titles for this play was Peter Pan or the boy who hated mothers. According to some accounts. His producer hated this title so much that he pressured buried to change it to Peter Pan or the boy who wouldn't grow up. Today's episode is a prelude of sorts. Here were primarily focusing on Peter Pan before he went to Neverland. Although Peter Pan in this story is just as carefree as the version. We all know Peter Pan in Kensington gardens has some slightly darker themes as we will see in all of berry stories, being young forever is fun, but there is a price for this kind of freedom to put it simply abandoning the chance of ever growing up has certain inevitable and heartbreaking consequences today will follow Peter pans adventures throughout London's historic park and explore why Berry's original title was so fitting. Peter sailed through the air nightgown fluttering in the breeze o'memory of the nursery was gone. He was now bird flying through the night sky, the city of London rolled beneath him, spots of yellow light, coloring the darkness. The trees grew nearer unfolding into the full scope of Hyde Park. Peter's young is widened as he approached. He had never seen such a beautiful sight as all those trees. Peter landed softly on the grass and is small legs immediately gave way under him. He settled onto his back staring at the night sky. It was passed lockout time. So the gardens were completely deserted or perhaps not completely. Deserted. Peter looked around. He thought he saw something out of the corner of his eyes, but it vanished when he looked at it and then he saw it a tiny figure, no more than a few inches tall, a fairy Peter thought to himself. He didn't know how he knew, but he was absolutely certain children could always recognize varies. As his is adjusted to the moonlight he realized they were all over going about their ferry tasks. Some of them were gathering nuts and fallen acorns from the ground. He saw a pair of them filling tiny pales with water. They were all utterly wrapped up in their tasks not paying the child. Any mind. Peter had been to swept up in the joy of discovery to notice his own parched throat. But now that he saw the ferries drawing water, he realized just how thirsty he was. He took off again flying toward the pond, the ferries gathered around. He landed just like a bird would in a bird bath fluttering daintily to a halt, a handful of pigeons scattered as he neared the fountain Peter bent over dipped his nose into the water and inhaled. The child spluttered in astonishment as the water went up his nose, then back out so and confused Peter fluttered off to a nearby bench and tried to go to sleep. He woke before dawn, shivering, badly, what do I do? The child thought to himself a bird should be able to peck. It's betters dry. So why can't I? He decided to ask the fairies for help. He flew over to a group of workers sawing away at a toad stool. When they saw the child descending on them, they dropped their tools and zipped off into the night. Confused. Peter tried again approaching a ferry milkmaid. He opened his mouth and tried to shape the right words. Excuse me. He began delighting himself with how easy he found speech. The milkmaid shrieked up ended her pale and hid underneath it. Peter puzzled over the upturned pale for a minute before moving on. Soon. The alarm went out a human. A human is here during lockout time, Peter was more confused than ever human where he turned to the speaker to see a regiment of ferry Lancers marching toward him. Brandishing sharp, Holly leaves as spears. Peter was not afraid of them and flew over in their direction. The ranks of fairies parted before him jabbing at him defensively, one of the leaves caught him in the ankle pricking him and drawing out a bright red bead of blood Peter took to the sky again and circled above the ferries. Why were all the creatures? So afraid of him. And then he remembered the birds had scattered before him when he landed by the fountain. Why was he being shunned by his own kind feeling? So very alone Peter began to weep. The tears fell all around the ferry Lancers exploding, like bombs of water, the ferry scattered hiding amongst the grass. But Peter paid them no mind. He was already drifting off toward the serpentine lake. He landed on an island in the middle of the serpentine that was dense with birds. He started searching for a proper nest to settle down for the night when a voice pierced. The silence. Who are you. He turned a massive black crow emerged from an old oak. Peter did not know his last name. So he introduced himself as Peter. The bird. I am Solomon car despite never meeting before. Peter knew that this was an important bird. His jet black eyes had a depth Peter had never seen before. It was like looking into a night sky. Perhaps this bird was wise enough to answer Peter's burning question. Why do ferries and other birds flee from me Solomon explain to him why the parks inhabitants fled before him. He was a human, not a bird. Peter was reticent insisting that he was a bird, not a child look at your nightgown. If you don't believe me. Peter looked at the nightgown then at the birds surrounding him, it's true. None of them were any such garment, how many of your toes are thumbs and not clause asked Solomon Peter realized much to his horror that he had no claws for gripping. No wonder. It had been so hard to perch on the branch. And here Solomon landed his final blow. Ruffle your feathers. He commanded Peter tried. He tried so hard that several times he almost fell off of his branch, but the only thing that ruffled was his still damp nightgown and then it came to him in a flash. His mother who had put him to bed mere hours ago. She was not a bird mother. She was a human mother. Peter hung his head dejectedly. He had been living ally the whole night. Perhaps I should go back to my mother. Solomon nodded, perhaps you should. Peter turned and made to step off the branch, but hesitated but doubt, pricked the back of his mind. And he turned back to the old crow, I suppose I can still fly. The expressions of birds are exceptionally hard to read, but Peter could see Solomon's look soften before he responded, no, you will never be able to fly again, not even on windy days and he explained to Peter what had just happened by learning his true nature. Peter had lost faith in his ability to fly and could no longer leave the island. But Solomon promise to teach Peter how to live like a bird despite this. Then I shall be exactly a human Peter asked. No, nor exactly a bird. No, what shall I be. Solomon thought for a moment, you will be a betwixt and between. As Solomon caw began to explain to Peter how to be a bird Peter cast a glance toward his former home. What is mother leave the window open for him or was Solomon right? And he would spend the rest of his life on this island living with the birds. Our story will continue in a moment after a brief message. Have you ever tried Bomba socks? You can't tell, but I'm wearing a pair of them right now and they're the most comfortable socks in the history of feet. I kid you not bombo socks are amazing. So amazing in fact that I actually do my laundry more frequently to make sure I always have clean Bomba socks. I don't even like wearing my other socks anymore. Baba's spent two years of research and development and multiple improvements in design to make their socks. 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And if you decide to get one of their to carry on sizes, it can charge your cellphone or anything that's powered by a USB cord. It came in handy for me earlier this summer I got to the gate and my flight was delayed. My phone was dead. Every outlet was being used by other passengers. Luckily I had my away carry on suitcase and could charge my phone anyway for twenty dollars off a suitcase, visit away, travel dot com. Slash tales and use promo code tales during checkout. That's a way travel dot com. Slash tales and promo code tales for twenty dollars office suitcase. And now back to tails. Peter lived a unique life among the birds. He was regarded as something of an oddity, though he fed just like a bird. He could not leave the island or fly. The birds would gather to watch him bay. Their play with the newly hatched chicks Peter's half human voice did not match the tone of the birds. So he made himself an instrument to fit in. He gathered reads from the Bank and wove them into a pipe. He lived mostly on crumbs of bread brought to him from across the water. He didn't wear his nightgown anymore. After all close were for humans, and he was only part human betwixt and between Peter's main job on the island was helping birds build their nests. He was as happy as he could be, but something bothered him. Whenever he sat in played his pipe by the water, he found himself thinking sad thoughts, though you loved being a bird. He longed to play with other boys and girls in the park. He considered swimming, but the serpentine was too rough for a boy of Peter stature to learn to swim in the ducks tried to teach him to swim. But his body was the wrong shape for swimming, like a duck when he tried to tread water like they do, he sank almost instantly and needed to be fished out. One day Peter was weaving and nest by the water when something crashed down onto the island beside him, startled, he went to see what it was. It was a large flat bird with a tale that was far too thin to be of any use. The birds explained to him that it was a kite, and they sometimes landed on this island when they escaped from their human owners, the birds even demonstrated how to fly the kite gripping the string in their beaks and soaring overhead. Suddenly, Peter had an idea. He called the birds down to him and explained his plan after some dubious looks the birds consented to help this strange betwixt and between get across the water. I, the two birds gripped the string at the base of the kite. Then Peter gripped the string below them. Perhaps there was a way for him to fly after all. The birds took off and soared into the air Peter clung for dear life to the string which held surprisingly well, the bird strained with the effort. Once the kite caught the wind, the birds let go letting the kite carry the little boy back toward the gardens. Good luck little half-and-half. One of them called to him as they disappeared into the sky above. Peter's heart soared. This was the freedom he'd hoped for, but something wasn't right. The green of the gardens which had seemed so close before was receding. He glanced up at the kite. It was being torn this way and that by the wind now inching back toward the island in a zigzag pattern, Peter put his weight into the other direction hoping to coax the stubborn paper against the wind. And with that, the spine of the kite snapped into a dozen pieces. His makeshift sale shredded Peter plummeted toward the water. He closed his eyes, bracing himself for the cold impact. Peter was shocked when he bounced off something soft and feathery allowed squawk told him that he had landed on a swan scrambling, furiously. Peter grabbed onto the swans tail stopping. Himself before touching the water. The swans were never particularly fond of Peter. They were too proud to think of him as one of their own, but they carried him back to the island and deposited him on the shore. He was shaking all over from the near death experience. Solomon call watched him pityingly from a nearby tree. The birds will not help you. Again, he told Peter, not without sympathy. We do not wish to help you kill yourself in some Matt attempt to cross the water. But this did not diminish Peter's resolve. He could no longer be content building nests and feeding baby birds. He'd gotten almost halfway today. Surely he would be able to go further next time. Another opportunity presented itself that very night, a paper boat folded out of a five pound note washed ashore as one of Solomon. 'cause sentinels was on, watch the sentinel dutifully carried the note to Solomon for inspection Solomon caw despite being a wise and learned bird had no idea what to make of the strange paper. He consulted with his assistance, but none of them knew some thought it was a message from a strange person and others thought it was a ferryboat that had become unmortgaged. Somehow, Peter was silent during this time mind spinning when his memory of his human parents had returned. He also remembered what money was. He remembered glimpsing his father counting coins. So he knew how much the five pound note was worth. Peter had just thought of a way to get the birds to help him again. He took Solomon cau- aside and explain to him the value of the currency in exchange for Solomon's assistance. Peter would give him a whole pound neither Peter nor Solomon knew that cutting up a pound note made it completely worthless. This promise one Solomon caw over and he called a meeting of thrashes. The best nest builders on the island. My friends, the elderly bird began. You have been lining your nest with mud for years to keep your eggs warm and dry. The Thrush is knotted. This was true and a true indication of their cleverness as architects. Our young friend Peter wants very much to cross the serpentine. He has proposed, you help him build a boat. The throw thrashes exchanged looks. They were a proud group and would not work for free, especially for such an undertaking as building an extra large nest for Peter quite so said, Solomon, Peter will pay you six Pence day. The Thrush has leapt at the opportunity. None of them stopped to think what they would do with sixpence once they had it, they just wanted the money after all. It was an exorbitant wage to a bird every night after a hard day of work, the thrashes would gather to watch Peter cut the wages off his five pound note and dispersed them. He was a fair employer and always paid his workers on time. It took almost a month to finish the boat. By this point, Peter worried that he would run out of money before they finished. It was exactly like a large nest meant to hold a single passenger Peter fashion to sail for it out of what remained of his nightgown, and it was complete that night. Peter climbed into his new boat and began his maiden voyage. But the second he pushed off from the Bank, the boat was turned in circles and thrown back onto the. The shore with such force. Peter was almost injected from his seat. He shook himself and drove the boat back into the water. This time, the harsh wind caught his boat and drove him toward the gardens with alarming speed. The very top of the mast clipped a bridge as it went under showering Peter with splinters. Fortunately, the sale itself remained intact. Peter could see the gardens now, but the boat was still moving dangerously fast. He cast the anchor Iraq tied to the remains of the kite string to try and slow his movement. But the water was too deep and then it caught something and yanked Peter overboard into the freezing water. The boy fought for air desperately releasing the kite string anchor. At once his head broke the surface and he gasped he had never properly learned how to swim. So all he could do was churn his legs. Like a duck and hope that kept him afloat long enough to catch his boat, his wandering hands, grasped the side of the boat, which fortunately had remained close by. He heaved himself over the edge and sat dripping inside his vessel high should have never forgotten how to fly. He thought to himself a moment later, rain pounded down at a harsh angle guided by a strong wind. Peter didn't even try to fight it this time. He merely curled into a ball and allowed the boat to be carried this way and that through the water is shut. And then all was still Peter opened his eyes and peered over the edge of his patchwork boat. He gasped and relief land dry land, and it wasn't the shore of Solomon. 'cause island either it was Kensington gardens, stop right there don't come any further. Peter looked down to see rows of ferry soldiers, arrows and Holly leaves pointed at him. They still miss, took him for human. Don't hurt me. Peter cried. I do not mean you any harm. He rose to his feet and stood above the rows of ferries. The ferry soldiers took a step forward, Holly leaves held in front of them. When Peter saw they were not stopping his heart began to race thinking fast. He reached behind him and began to fumble in his boat. Finally, his hand clasped what he was looking for and you lifted it back out of the boat. The ferries flinched expecting a weapon of some kind. But what Peter had in his spare hand was his pipe. He raised it to his lips and began to play. The music was so sweet that Queen mob ruler of the ferries emerged from her palace among the gardens to listen to it within minutes, she had proclaimed that no harm would come to this boy, fairies UC loved music more than anything else in the world. And they were delighted to have a new orchestra. Peter began playing for every ferry event and was soon a minor celebrity among the ferry community. Every invitation to a ferry party came with the letters p p written in the corner. His surname pen came from the instrument. He played his trustee pan-pipe. During the princesses coming of age ball, Queen mob ordered Peter to come before her Neil p Japan. You have been a most excellent musician for us. The ferry Queen continued. What is the wish of your heart? Tell me and I will grant it for you. Peter spoke almost instantly ever since learning. He was human back on Solomon 'cause island, he knew what his wish would be. I would like to go back to my mother. The ferries were taken aback by this request. He was no longer a boy to them or even a bird p was Peter Pan, but Queen mob consented to his wish and told him to prepare her. Courtiers sprinkled Peter with fairy dust. He sneezed sending several of the smaller ferries flying across the grass Queen mob told him that the secret to flying was to remember the tickling. He felt then and there that joy would lift him over the tallest buildings and into the sky. A moment later, he felt the do of the grass slip away. He was hovering several inches above the ground delighted. He flew in a circle around his ferry friends crowing as he went without a glance over his shoulder. He soared off toward the buildings of London after a few moments of flying in that direction. Peter realized that he had no idea where his house was. He had flown out of his window. Oh, so long ago, but he was determined. He went from window to window, checking each nursery for one that looked familiar. Some were barred, some were not, but none looked familiar. Finally, he saw it a faint light in one of the taller buildings. He glided toward it and alighted on the window sill. His memories of that first week of childhood began flooding back. He recognized the pile of unused toys on the floor. He recognized the crib, and he recognized the woman who sat by the crib is gently shut as she slept mother. He glided through the open window and looked his mother up and down. She was a very Pretty Woman with wavy Brown hair and an honest face, but there was something distressed about her. Her eyes had dark circles underneath them as if the sleep wasn't doing her any good. He thought he heard her mutter something. Did she say Peter under her breath or had he imagined it? He reached out his hand to touch her on the shoulder, then stopped. He knew what would happen if you wakened her, she would embrace him, kiss him and then shut the window and keep him all to herself. He would never see Queen mob or Solomon call ever. Again, if he ever came back to Kensington gardens, it would be in a stroller, and neither the ferries nor the birds would recognize him. Peter gulped nervously. Surely being a boy again would be pleasant, but how could he give up having free reign of Kensington gardens? How could he give up his lovingly crafted boat and his job as the fairy musician. Peter made his decision. I will return mother, he whispered. And with that, he flew out the window and back toward Kensington gardens through the haze of her sleep. She heard him, but just assumed it was part of the dream. Before his departure. Peter had to say goodbye to many inhabitants ferry and Berta like there were so many farewells to say and favourite haunts to revisit. He completely lost track of time. The temptation to stay was strong, so we kept having to remind himself, no, this is only a farewell visit. My mother is waiting for me back at home. When he landed again at the birds island, Solomon caw glared with disapproval, never put off laying today because you can lay tomorrow in this world. There are no second chances. It was a common saying among the birds. One Peter had heard many times before, so he paid it. No mind that night. Peter had a horrible dream in it. He saw his mother sitting by the open window crying. He flew away from Kensington gardens that very evening knowing that whatever was causing her to cry. A hug from her long lost son would make her feel better. He wore his tattered nightgown as he flew back. He needed to appear extra human. Of course, he saw light in the window and his face lit up home. He would be able to play his pipe for his mother and delight her with all the ferry tunes. He had learned. But as he drew closer to the window, something curious caught his eye. The light was broken by several rods of metal bars. Wait. This window was in barred. He thought to himself, I must've mistaken, some other nursery for my own. And yet he did not alter course. He kept flying toward the window and peered inside just to be sure his heart sank. It was his nursery. All right. And that was his mother holding a different baby boy in her arms mother, mother Peter cried out. The window was shut tight, and she didn't raise her head. He felt tears in his eyes and a pain growing in his chest. Solomon call was right. There are no second chances. Will return to our story in just a moment. And now back to the story. The frost crunched under Mamie manoeuvrings feet. It was passed lockout time, but Mamie had escaped her nurse during their evening walk. Her brother, Tony was such a handful. She wouldn't be surprised if the nurse forgot about her entirely. Mamie found this invigorating. She had always wanted to wonder Kensington after dark. She left the footpath quickly and ran this way and that through the trees not caring, the keep track her footprints in the snow would guide her way back after all a haunting melody rang faintly on the winter wind. It was unlike any music she'd ever heard. She turned and began to walk towards it. Cold completely forgotten. Faint lights grew in a clearing up ahead under the shade of a massive oak. The music grew as she came closer and she walked up to the tree. What she saw nearly took her breath away. It seemed to be a fairy wedding, which is unlike any wedding she'd ever heard of the field beneath the tree sparkled with tiny candles and flowers lined the miniature grove, having been defrosted for the occasion fairies themselves lined the clearing thimble foles of blackberry wine in their tiny hands and at the center of it all were the lucky couple, a male and female. Fairy standing together gazing into each other's is a ferry doctor stood by the groom, putting his ear to the other ferries heart carefully as he did. So the mood in the room silenced waiting for his verdict, the ferry doctor pulled away as if singed by the groom he proclaimed the Duke is in love at last the room burst into merriment once again. Mamie was amazed. Is this how you tell someone was in love by listening very closely to their heart? She was so caught up in the moment that she started clapping along with the ferries, maybe a little too loudly. The ferries looked around to see where that thundering noise came from Queen mob sitting on her throne. At the end of the tree, stood to her full height and shouted, slay the intruder. Maimi fled the way she came the buzzing of a hundred very wings roaring in her ears. She slipped on a patch of ice and fell face flat on the snow rolling to a halt. By the roots. She turned over to see a crowd of angry fairies. Hovering over her Holly leaves and twigs like spears pointed at her Queen mob herself, walked up onto maimings chest and pointed a discarded toothpick at her. I may me squeezed it shut awaiting her fate. Stop Mamie, opened her eyes. The ferry couple had finally caught up with the procession of furious guards the bride, a slender. Fairy named brownie, flew up in front of Queen mob and stood in between her and the unfortunate child. It is my wedding, the obstinate ferry proclaimed and we shall not kill it child on my way. Wedding. Queen mob rolled her eyes, but did not fight her. If that's your wedding boon. So be it. She dismounted the child and return to the oak brownie turned and looked down at the child at that moment. Mamie fainted from the excitement. When she awoke it was completely dark. Even the moonlight or distant lights from London weren't visible. And then she realized there was a structure of some kind round her Mamie pushed up and the darkness parted to reveal the familiar night sky. She stood up and carefully stepped away from the coffin she had emerged from, no, not a coffin, a house. The ferries must have built it around her while she slept. It was exactly her shape and size, and rather cute. She wished for a minute. She'd stayed in longer to appreciate the warmth that provided she would have surely frozen to death if not for this bit of very engine new ity. But if she stared at it, the house began to shrink I, it was half its size. So only her little brother could fit in it, then it was a quarter, then it was only big enough for. The smallest baby it shrunk and shrunk and finally vanished completely Mamie. Let out a small Saab for the pretty little house don't cry. Girl Mamie stopped mid Saab. That wasn't like any of the ferry voices. She had heard. She turned to see a small child far smaller than her little brother. Hovering above the snow. Your Peter Pan. She exclaimed the boys expression lit up. How do you know me? He asked she told him that everybody knows about the boy who lives in Kensington gardens. Peter flew over and cleared a patch of snow for them to both sit down once they were settled. He begged her to tell him everything. They said about him. The stories the children told about Peter Pan were very different from the truth. Many were exaggerated and many others were simply made up. So Peter took it upon himself to set the record straight. The detail that delighted may me the most was how he traveled to and from the birds island in his boat, which Mamie found amusing since the boy could clearly fly. He laughed when she pointed this out. Why would I fly across the water? When I have a perfectly good boat deride the logic seemed to make sense to him. So mamy did not question it. She told him he must be very brave to make such a voyage every night. Brave. What is brave? She almost laughed aloud. When Peter said this, had he never heard of bravery before as the night were on Mamie taught Peter, many games her and the other children would play in the park excited to have a playmate Peter insisted you should stay here with me. I could make room on my boat for you. Wouldn't the birds be angry with you? Bringing someone to their island? She asked, he shook his head emphatically. They would be delighted to have you. He thought for a moment. Then added though they may want your first to line their nests. Maimi hesitated at this. Peter May be comfortable wandering the wilderness as a naked child, but she was not. She rather liked her furs and would be cold without them. Maybe I could visit and split my time between you and mother made me suggested. Peter became uncharacteristically quiet. If you're sure your mother will always want you. He said in a voice almost too soft to here. Of course, she will Mamie exclaimed you do not know mothers as I do me Peter said darkly, and he told her the story of how his mother had replaced him, may MEES heart sank. Her mother would not do this. All of a sudden the idea of spending so much time with Peter Pan felt like a dangerous thing to do. What if her mother had moved on already? What was she to do Mamie backed away slowly nervously, wringing her hands and making all manner of excuses. She loved the boy in the gardens, but did not compare to how she loved her mother. She promised him, she would return and I will be here waiting for you. Peter proclaimed gallantly Mamie smiled at him one last time and ran to the gates escaping back into the world of proper children. Although she meant what she said. She never saw Peter Pan again. Peter was just as carefree as ever without his new friend. He played in the gardens by himself, making up versions of games. He suspected other children played. He flew with the birds played his pipes for the fairies and without malice completely forgot about Maimi. One evening as he emerged from his hiding place. Before lockout time, he saw a strange sight, a pair of infants, lying on the pavement. They had fallen from there strollers unnoticed and died in the cold. Peter inspected them and found their names were Walter Stephen Matthews and Phoebe Phelps. He took their tiny bodies and buried them near by using a discarded spayed. He carved their initials onto small headstones. He also put Phoebe age of thirteen months on her headstone, but did not Mark Walters. Similarly, he could not figure out what age the little boy was the next morning when the forgetful parents ran into the gardens to find their children, they found only the bespoke gravestones fashioned by Peter Pan in the night from then on. Peter would do this for all the chill. Who died forgotten in Kensington gardens. The story of Peter Pan in Kensington gardens does not quite fit in with the Peter Pan. We all know and love. The Peter in this story is less assured of himself and far younger. His principal foes are not pirates or Indians, but rather the elements and his own ignorance about himself. Most literary critics see this story not as a prequel to Peter Pan and Neverland, but as an alternate telling in which berry tested out storylines he would later perfect in the subsequent play. For instance, Mamie mentoring shares an eerie similarity to the character of Wendy darling. Thank you for listening to tales in two weeks. We'll begin the most iconic version of Peter Pan meet Wendy John, and Michael darling and introduced Peter's conflict with the infamous captain hook and his band of cutthroats. If you want to listen to more episodes of tales or other park cast podcasts, you can find all podcasts, podcasts on apple, podcasts, Stitcher, Google play, cast box tune in or your favorite podcast directory. Some listeners have been asking how to help the show. Well, if you enjoy the show, the best way to do that is to leave a five star review. Join me in two weeks for another dark and surprising fairytale to you. Next time tales was created by max Cutler. 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Digimon Adventure 2020: Sixteen - Millennials and Their Freshavocado

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

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Digimon Adventure 2020: Sixteen - Millennials and Their Freshavocado

"Hello everyone, and welcome to new episode blessing transitional this time covering did you want adventure twenty twenty episode sixteen the Jet Black? Shadow. In Tokyo I may and I'm joined by Quin Hoti. So stevie is unable to make this week, but they have provided us with the thoughts that we will read in status stunts indeed, oh. Gosh. This was a good episode. Gosh this was a good episode. So I guess on snapchat. So we can talk about the good episode. Yes. We get the Digital Encyclopedia which is groom this time and Kushner wonders if sitting on Ramon. is comfortable or if you motto has to sit on a pillow and just really like I wish they would actually ask these questions in the episode and get answering. But I do appreciate this section. Yeah. I. Really appreciate to like it's some it's a nice bit of flavor to the characters like a still freaks out when Kershaw wanted what Sunday Governments, pelts, and WanNa take peek one day like that was mildly horror movie but. It's the most the time they're just really nice and it just kind of like this cute bit of. Bit of fluff and I really do enjoy like I'm here for. We we we're getting Virgil next week. So hopefully, we get some insight into Virgil on because I think beyond encyclopedia entry was quite Nice how How how customer mentioned Seora in sort is improving vehemence flying ability like that was released. Wait. That was really nice. I forgot panic probably the probably the best part of the episode of of that episode. Yeah Yeah. Yes. So the begins and once again the opening has the we'd sound effects playing, which is just I. Think we just have to accept that it's always going to be there. Yeah. But it's so we that we got an updated ending like. Song in animation, but for the intro just got. Sound effects. Like no updated animation now updated song just sound effects and it's just a really hungry gets updated because the Santa Fe slightly jarring I duNNo. Anyway. So torchy's group have found themselves back in Japan in the human world there. In Ginza, the digital completely amazed and touchy notices that the Powell flat failure appears to be complete over and one is if the disaster ended already says they haven't found the holy digit ammonia. Who is a mood for the entire episode? Love her so much. She's so good. She's so happy to be home and she's she's saying shower I'm going to change when listen to music shopping and I'm going to eight and it's really young. It's really will realistic feel like Mamie is the most realistic character commissioner language worship is worships Mimi Yeah I'm okay for that like of religions have been formed over less so that is that is completely reasonable but on many felt so realistic episode Anime Tie Cochrane Team Kinda. Monitoring. Really, did. Like that would just stating things like. I guess everything's back to normal and maybe it's just like shower. So excited him. And It's it's really nice. It's like jokes Audubon. Well, maybe not this on. That's fair I'm just I was still surprised. I could see is e being a little like wary and hm this doesn't make sense but for Thai, not to be excited to get to see his mom and his sister and have a have bath field, you know unreasonable yeah. Like via especially because he's like he's a kid like he would be excited to be home because showing digital world. To the digital world is scary face with death the whole time he's fondly harm. He doesn't mention. Oh, I finally get to see my sister and saves K. found. Out Her like if you Masha was in the what he thought to be the real world, he would definitely say I get to see Tucker or at least he would think about docker I'm sorry he would have liked torn off to get there as fast as possible. He will he wouldn't have even said anything he would just rent because that's. Like stopped him and asked him what was up and you've said I gotta go see my brother or something 'cause. Yeah touchy. Didn't even like compared with the original from harm. he taught touch was very happy to be home, and even though he knew he had to go back to the digital world he was He was almost trying to convince himself that this was Arcada stay in the original this time she's just sort of like more. I can't really say reasonable because it's not reasonable for a ten year old to be so aware enlisted Kirsh Roy, which is fine or I guess Joe but Joe is also sometimes willing to believe things that aren't necessarily true in order to be more comfortable. Via just got this really weird impression from touchy Molly out of character. Out of like just unreasonable in general but made me is just so that they gave relatable to me this week and. I. Think she probably had like the most amount of lines like a lot of touchy in Kush Ras Lonzo just saying the same things as each other. It's weird. The power is back on anyway. so He'd been made plans to go home and come back and hang out with people like dot have other things going on right now. Yeah. In. Also, at this point, like it seems failure Finney much like Oh, this is fake or trap and touchy enclosures funds connect to the network at all so. that's very quick. It's very quick sort of oh I I can't connect and then maybe invite them to go to Burger. Jack. Which I guess is is hungry Jack's so that she wants to have this avocado cheeseburger swore and Basically, and also like I'm not sure if anyone else had this but always ready craving like an avocado cheeseburger the entire time watching this maybe just like such a good salesperson for it. Right. I can take ob buffet Carlos but I have to admit when she got there the Burger looked pretty damn good that it was just Really appreciate the fact that we had. Mamie. Wanted Food and it is really nice to see a girl character be like into eating because you know you have to eight to survive. And she probably hasn't had like a real meal for awhile. You know the governor's going to make some kind of joke about how it's a cheat day or whatever. Yeah. Hope not because that's like I just want someone to be happy with aiding and ten year olds tend to not beyond die and not know about diets and just. Not. Be Yeah Kids. So just like kids will eight and like they don is imposed by the parents but only in a reasonable way like ice cream sometimes It's it's really nice and. So the three kids in their three digital get train tickets and I just like the other thing sort of set me off that this wasn't a real thing. Is the fact that nobody is a screaming about the digital? Over I think it was adorable that they bought train tickets for like they're just so. Honest like well, we can't have them fair trade I. I'm pretty sure in the original Just pretend to be a stuffed animal yet they were. Up to they were there have. We seen most of their in training forms high technically don't think we have confirmation that in training forms exist now. Corum on was Corum on. Right and I think that's IT and Tani Mon in the in the town one village. Okay okay. So Touchy. Yes. Oh, we haven't. That's another bit of a comparison between this new originalists that when the digital reverted back from perfect door ultimate to another form, they reverted to their in training forms this time they just reverting to child but I kind of like when the small because they're easy to transport but I guess it makes this episode even we that no one's reacting to the giant Donna. So all the giant Lady Bug or the walking plant now I'm here for it but yeah, I, appreciate that maybe it was just like, yeah, let's go introduce you to my parents instead of contrived we've got high do now here like straight away she was just like, yeah. I can't wait to introduce you to my parents can be fine because you're a cool person they gonNA, listen to me and it's GonNa be Great. Sorry magic powers or something. The first thing I do is text my mom and be like, Oh, I'm Jay and also made parents probably the coolest parents it's true near her mom is just so precious and her dad and mom just love each other storm much. It makes me happy I. Am glad we I made my prediction last week that if we were in the real world that would be a bad episode I'm really glad that we were not. Yeah I was a bit worried. To like I thought that I okay. We can't have like too good episodes in a royal because it's digital and we have like three three good episodes. Rather we're GONNA we're. GonNa have an absolute shocker and it's just GonNa be in the real world realizing they have to go back because they job isn't done and then they're going to be sad and then we didn't get that at all because it was they weren't really in the human world. Yeah. No, it worked out pretty well, apologies. Beeping on my recording, I think my. My Bloomberg is out of power. Okay. I just hate when your robot. Is Issue made runs out of power. I do actually that thing is really cool. It normally will go dock itself back on the on the charger when it's done. I WanNa Roomba I WANNA like And I'll call it like a grown something. My Roomba. Anyway, we can do that later anyway. Hey. The poll on the twitter about what I made my Reema we definitely will move and that means day this pot out because it's relevant to the podcast. So what should Quinn coal her Roomba true anything displays let us know because. Best name will be gone for. Make a twitter poll. I like this I like this it's done right. So out the they tried tickets in than on the subway. Kosher is how they were able to get home and many wonders if they defeated on many has the best like like ideas like Oh source team must have done it, which is just like at. Constant source. She doesn't call it Yomata as TAME shackles Soroush team and that's really nice because I guess we've kind of being trained to cool them all you mantras table Tachi tame because that's just how did him on does it like? Tottenham on. The. And also getting ahead of myself with the first person, we say, when spoilers the other kids show up is so roping completely bad off. So well, done Ticha on like the and the apostles. The Bechtel tests because Pell Mon is ago. Yes I love it so much did you doesn't normally ever pass the test and they did it and it's wonderful. I mean most mamie episodes do because Mamie impound won't interact. That's true. That's true. Like, which is great and 'cause usually yeah. I was about to say doesn't policy but then because then also pelham on is a gal pal and they talk about Cheeseburgers Impel Mon is so good the entire episode. It? It's great. So when they arrive, it should be station Mamie, wants to injuries family to Pal Moan and Tanto Mona's it'll be okay and then coach fondly notices that nobody has noticed digital. And maybe Kinda shrug it off like whatever the. Other things which to be fit. I'm probably had a similar experience in Japan like. It's so crowded but everyone is just ignoring the existence of everyone else. That's very true and I'm like Nestle here for it. It's one of my favorite things about wandering around Japan be like it'll be really crowded and everyone's just looking ahead but they're not. They're almost looking through the crowds because it's just it's just not stages very much. You could be doing something completely awful and disrespectful, and we shouldn't facade is because be nice but you won't. You might get a small bit of a stink high but like one. Thing Yeah Yeah I mean people will give you the stink high just for being a foreigner. And until we speak Japanese and they won't give you the sinkhole anymore. Incredible. Yeah I. Don't get out of the JOE's anymore because I guess my Japanese is just actually good. Yes. The the Josie. You like basic Japanese but as soon as you speak anything more than like a couple of. Random phase prices. You Will Venus The just all just another white person living in Japan, probably a a language teacher or something like Oh. My God trying to return address that I had bought in. Japan was like the most wild experience because I had none of the vocabulary. Yeah I I'm glad that I had to might dictionary disciple to doubled because sometimes it wasn't one hundred percent on of vocabulary quick look up a coup bid up. Not, just Japan's good I guess that makes the not looking not realizing that there were digital narrow not making any comments about like that's just that's just Japan you upped only works yen also maskell costumes like there are a lot of mascots and things for shopping centers, Zoll certain things. So I, guess at the corner of Your looking like are not the mascot or that she is something I don which I Can imagine that loosely. Everybody asks your. which. Again I'm pretty sure the double making reference to. The digital being there and not paying more or less ignored. Yes. So Mamy split from the group and Kosher Touchy get back on the subway and touchy wondering if you motto is group, which now now let me Matas Group and media. Group. So it's no nobody's calling. It shows group I mean, he's leader. Need to yeah, yeah, I mean was the oldest so I would fit a wonders if the disaster relief ended because they haven't done anything meanwhile may meeting map and then another relatable Japan experience the construction keeps on changing the way that I get home, which was like all. Yeah that that is a mood Japan like a feel like whenever I go to Asakusa specifically but I guess any place in Japan especially Tokyo as well. I feel like there's always different construction but I feel like sock is the worst I feel like whenever I go there or saga has some huge giant construction going on near the station and it's a different Dato h time. I actually am thinking about it. That was actually a cute little clue that something is going wrong but it was so easily explained away. I didn't even think about until later because like the way high get home from work has changed twice in the last two months because the city I live in keeps doing way too much road construction. And it is Sean. Made me sort of explains it away? I'm like. Well, that's a good way of explaining that all. The dead, there is something wrong but also Mimi gives it a raise in about why she's immediately put off by the fact that something is wrong because she's been going a couple of weeks and there's been a disaster. So Things Change Yeah Oh God. I. Really Dig. The is once she finally asks for Herberger Yeah and Obser- here for that. But I'm Kinda, bummed the we like men Mamie says she's going to stop imagining Palembang Avocado. We didn't get like a that would have been so good like an imagination thing where Helen was never collar because I was so ready to take a screen shot of that but I was so disappointed because we we got this Pomona. Yeah. Honestly. If they if they don't just right the we could gotten gotten a screen shot of avocado with a dejima analyzer thing. That'd be so cute. So good like someone please from. The plays, and especially when it looks like Helms. So good this season. So many finally, get a Burger Jack and we found the clerk. The restaurant is on loop and glitches and main while we get a shot of Kirsch rare mentioning how nobody's acting like they were disaster which I felt like this was a weird thing to say because how do people act they were just a disaster like Japan in particular was very much. Okay. That happened time to go back to my normal life I mean, yes. But at a minimum, you'd think there would be something on the news they've passed a couple of TV, stroz screens you know, I guess sullen sighing. If you say something like we'd happening please reported to this number. Of thing would have happened and it is a little odd. Nothing? Yeah. Especially and. Realistically even if ha if they had managed to destroy the cause of the thing. Would have been less than twelve hours ago everything was still destroyed. Yeah, and yet did they were five I guess but also the haven't lift the the train station more or less I never really do manage to. Yeah. So we get some pretty good moments from the the pond a digital. So ultimately wants to see scenery montages We're almost out of the tunnel and then later on won't mentioned outside yet and it seems that they distill it should be a station, which is it's really nice that the digilent- characters actually have personality because that is extremely uncommon not impossible because time is does it and at one did it I? Will them that like that is the upside of doing the separation arc that they've done is they actually have some time to make that happen well, Y- The whole group. Yeah. That's really what helped him with with Tamers I think is that you know instead of having fourteen later sixteen characters, you have six for the most part. Yeah and full time is when we did get more characters, they sort of spread them out and like there was a separation and then they were kind of all across Tokyo and then like no one actually cares about Kemper I feel sorry for Canto but he's kind of like he wants me of Mill House. Like really, you're also kanter just cut calcium Kanta I just bought and Mill Hills Yup. Coming up KANTER poor Kanta like I feel I feel so bad for Kanta but he he looks exactly like mill house except for the Blue Hair. Which I guess in animation usually translates to black it. Yeah it is kanter. And because who has bought here Oh my job does. In Kazu's shirt though I'm surprised. No, one's done that before I feel like that sort of just I'm already noticing now but that that that they just looked so much like house really do oh my God. Oh, and Personalities a little bit too. But anyway, yeah. So it's really nice to say digital have personalities offline just I m so-and-so's digital partner. That's my entire personality which I mean the original did have pm on being rather clinging. Loving. But on the it's not it's only like one episode and never again end it's not removes it. So yeah, it's very Stooge okay. Gosh I mean even savers which had a small cost didn't really have that much characterization put into the digital partners the through there with guy who likes fighting and did you man who enjoys fighting and was servant? In it was can can anyone tell me any defining moments of? Personality I definitely she was. Yeah, she was a flower. Arguably frontier had name on who had great characters, but it was only to the teacher on. Those two. But. Yes. So that was being bad. And I hope that name on comes back. Yearbook on name owner just. I've mentioned this a lot but I really want this to be a sequel us. Sorry. Yes. A sequel to frontier frontier being a Prequel to this that we need the and that is name on Mike that any just old man that's why sounds old with Spain like many on Yeah So touching Kushner mamie again, and maybe attendant for advance. But he only says a line about not being able to break any bills. Then a giant I appears which is this episode becomes persona. Always thinking persona but yeah, I've ever to like I walked. With my friend, the other night and so that's why did your friend enjoy it? She did she's sitting here battling to me how fucking great it was. Well I made I may brady what all of Evan Gillian and then we watched anything. Gillian and he just turned me said Yeah you said that maybe would explain things but I still have more questions in a he didn't. He did not enjoy ended Gillian at all or Evangelina in general and like on nor I think the way to watch it is what church Khloe and I did which is is there as a person who has fallen down in able wicky many times and just kind of explain yeah, this is not explained, but here's what they're going for. Yeah, I did that too. I was just like well, you probably missed it but a every. Spoilers by the way for. Fast. Food like against a minute. Even going you don't want and ray above Shinji's mother, and he's just like the that that wasn't explained when like you said was he never mind those are just rushes of white text on the screen. And the fact that the girl on the beach is apparently meant to be Masada and ray combined into one I think that's not necessarily true. But you can certainly think created like I. think Somebody also created ones in the created one idea show why not? Fair anyway. And on Eva podcast however, I do want to shout out to she cy. He is currently drawing me a sketch of some ridiculous Fanar joke that that I, really want. We watched near Yukio and then aver like back to back and so we want we want caz con in a plug suit in unit one I have to watch that near you here Yuccas is the main character who is Jaden Smith and it's amazing GonNa make with the win over the show is tolerance It's like an ironically neo Yukio might be one of my favorite shows ever I've watched it. Six Times since January. Wow I. Really. So my my list and I've been meaning to like have some like just sort of zone out cartoons to watch and I think that's going to be a good one. Zone at as incomplete news on out like zone Addison like zone out from the oil year, and you don't have to take notes on it. Yeah like it's whenever I watch anime I always feel like, I have to take. No, it's been like, oh no, no podcasting has trained me badly like Not-i'm all wait. No I can just enjoy this I. Tell you what sometime After maybe the Mon- cast when you have like two more hours, I need to just make you watch neo yokio because it has gonNa Watch that before like as soon. Yeah because Oh my God. It has some just amazing lines such as it sick. My sacred duty you jackass I ha I have I've seen screen of will at least I've heard about that. Here. So back to the actual episode. I got really persona vibes from this may be which. Station maybe it was the the fact that should be a station like. Spooky things going on the station, which is a lot of persona five or at least the side pot a heavy played. Can ever remember I have and I have very. Mixed feelings about you know everyone at. Atlas Being Transferred Jackasses Oh. Yeah. Well, that's a lot of fun games like Oh this car not trans they up. Emotional and don't fit in with the society and I'm like, yeah, that's coping Trans Yeah or you know sometimes you have a boss fight with a boss who is your in repressed inner turmoil tells you specifically yes. You would like to get hot and sweaty with other men and then you go actually it turns out I'm just a feminist and like sewing. I mean, my not pay is still conscien-. Now. Yeah. Yeah. Because he can still be gay. Oh, absolutely even Altos Altos. Yeah he's a guy. So. That you can do that it's OK atlas try not to be TRANSPHOBIC for one game. please. Yeah. I. Got I go very persona from this but also I, guess having Gillian also applies Gabby. ABOR because that's everybody does here, which is fine. Nothing wrong with that if you gotta steal steal from. Yeah. So Gamaa evolves off to some parts of the area begin to fade and distort out grown then bursts a whole new roof and they're able to leave the station Mamie says they're able to return home now but suddenly all the people in Serbia of a very horrifying and talk she finally realizes that this isn't the world this still in the digital world then and this is. A really appreciate this cutting and this was a lot better than the random sort of this is what happens in the real Tokyo at the moment if felt a lot more natural because it was along with torchy's renovation that the real Tokyo in the human world is still. Has a disaster happening. Yeah it was diabetic. The characters found out at the same time we did which is good. Yeah. Yeah and we actually get a shot other Tokyo and curry said, and she's evacuating with a mother and he carries just incredibly calm. She's just like I'm ready. You're just like which to be fit he Cari I think is meant to be a little bit. The we threatening. Yeah. Yeah. So I feel like that's definitely the way that going with Hikari in this season like it's not just like that card is we it's just like all this character scarily we'd like Mosa than in the original where he carries just kind of like I've seen digital before on the television before you left the camp. So. It's sort of like taking that wideness interning up to eleven because he is just weird on the also what I thought. They were like actually back in the real world briefly I just assumed that he was going to be the only one who could see the JI mon because we're gets I'm. Not Yeah I'm glad it was. It was home away from home, but it wasn't actually Heim away from home. Yeah. It was. It was good. Yeah I. Do like highway from home but I'm glad that we didn't get it again. No I am really glad that we don't have to deal with a whole bunch of inconsistencies about that because home away from home like a cool fun atmospheric episode that really needed explanation for how any of it happened But it is but just sort of. Got Put away into digital weakness, and that also means you don't have to really explain about how they suddenly got home guess that to that would have been the thing that bothered me most was okay with work hard to get here. But I guess we can just walk upstairs in. It's fine. EISMAN however I'm super into. Yes. This is a completely new digital, right like I'm not saying. This is not new. It's very obscure yet like it's really not that not only we say digital that haven't appeared in before like Break Mon all sound on who had only been sort of shining cross holes where also saying characters who I completely new. So they're also in creating new designs at least I think is won't seem to be a completely new digital in. The name. Of Madame into it. Also, important to know that I think. I might have asked about this the star of the show, but they do have make the cash route good like Mimika is the cat is getting ready for being evacuated to have the the cat carrier me coaches kind of being there. But that's just really nice. Oh could only go still bay it appears that. She's a single mom and I am I am a little concerned about her just leaving a note for tie. Well I guess if you really have to leave and it's Again in Japan is not really like like ten year olds will just bay on the subway bomb themselves like that's like no, we can't change. It doesn't even seem concern she's just like. The health insurance cards anyway she seems like she is concerned but maybe she doesn't want to maybe upset her Jesus Child. That's true. That's true. Yeah. So she she's left for TONCI signing that they're at the grandparents which I'm pretty sure that was where they were in home away from home but not obviously evacuating they were just visiting right Mamie shaking, which is just pulling my favorite part of the episode. We actually have a character who is terrified like she's terrified because she should be she's thought she was home and she's not entered probably in a lot of danger. which is what she's most of the time and it's just really nice that she's actually shaking and then Powell grabs a hand and says, once everything is over may conceal trade her to the Avocado Chase, book in the real city and it's just such a sweet moment. And the it just It's so nice even on small is a little bit horrifying I mean yeah, always has been. She's fun. If it's just it's just so nice that Mamie has emotions and I maybe my favorite subtle thing about this episode is we actually got an explanation for mechanically speaking how the power outages happened. Yeah because like he's copying and pasting. Yeah. Unlike like you know historically that would have been just. More, digital world we miss there would have been some kind of glowing possibly a dark shadow passing of earth something along those lines banana. Sleep happening this yeah, and that's just it's really you didn't expect to get an explanation because I'm so used to digital taking you know the easy way to explain something which is is just like waving hand Oh digital, digital mon digital things happen. I'm here for many vowels like angrily, which is just great to eight that of Qatar Cheese with Pale Moon in pomona tantamount evolve and three adult digital fives and the digital that has made all the is is called is eisman and he's kind of really creepy kind of love him just because it's It's something new. Yeah. It's a horrific like it is not get complicated digital designs, but this one is. It just something it's. It's it's not to say something that's just sort of okay. This is just is and it's horror your ny kept good. Applaud. Into a gym on and I'm very here for it. He well, the dairy not not good design, but it's just not good and then we've got the is Mon, which is the D reaper but scary. For it like John blob dairy can say through the just sort of menacingly sitting there is not a scary as giant wall of is here for. Grandma on evolves to middle grown in his special animated sequence and talking to competition evolving their shorter sequences, which I mentioned this every episode but I much prefer the shorter sequences that I. Wish that everyone had two sets. Depending on. How many evolutions that were what sort of Thomas Strength that Rhonda right like if we're focusing on a particular character this week give me their long one that kind of deal when we definitely should have had them on because it was definitely more of a Mamie and. Assorted than. Was An everyone episode like look and that's what I love about the season. Maybe definitely was the highlight of the show. As always. Also, I appreciate that they are just like, yeah. Some rich like stupid rich. Yeah which is you know make sense a grandfather owns she comes from money bicycling. Okay. It's fine. I'll just buy you a new computer. Don't worry about it ice, but she's nice. She's not like a rich bitch zone she's like I want everyone to prosper from my my money I want everyone to have money, which is She's great. Mamie. Is Socialist Quyen here. So is mom vanishes behind a building that he summons before mental game on a tax and then he launched his. Middle Name on the same things had happened to return and Lillyman gets an airplane gated her instead. What you do, it's Kinda. Cool. We find out. That is one is actually just an adult level digital but eight since spawns data and Mimi being the best points out. Oh, it's copying and pasting data and like wall me well done having no things like how often would we have just an explanation like like base and it just always being Khosro? Yeah. Well. Technically. I would go with it's cutting and pasting. It's important distinction here. But close enough, the Mimi's not the computer character now. But now I'm of like I'm glad. I'm glad she's sort of rice like she's like she's she's there. So, Kushner. Says that is one is causing the power failure and is won't drops building on the kids put gruesome on and sore show up and it's so cool and then zoom shows up with a macho way groom on Joe Riding Him and I'd like to point out the weight room cross legged and he looked so grumpy that they traveling another digital and that isn't him And another highlight East Joe's wondering if he'll get in trouble for destroying these things very good like oh Joe. well-timed. An extra SORTA. Glad we didn't constantly cut away to them. Yeah. Well it kind of makes the only problem with that is that we didn't it didn't really explain how they got there but I'm going to shame it's just the same random cave that's fair I'm hoping they give us something next week like I think that would be a reasonable thing to ask like how did you get here but again for the moment time all that with it Like. It's definitely something that should be answered but for the like there's no time to explain that in this episode, which is fine and I'm really glad that we are an end surprise that we had grew them on doing the first cool attack in. Then we had pseudomonas showing up doing cool attack, and then only after that wiggle room was able to end failed. which is surprising because he's you know the quote unquote. RECTAL. So, well done Russia's forgiving the ability to find anyway. So all the perfect that will digital attack at once which in this circumstance, I don't mind it. Because they tried to be strategic at different times. This one sort of like a k they decide to attack all at once which is fine when they decide to do that. Occasion. Yeah it's kind of like that one group attacking payments that was only used in one of the movies and never again I don't know what you're talking about but. It's in the Okinawa maybe I think and they decide to all at once in they form like special ovoid attack that the had called for. Like it was never used again it was like this old powerful move the three perfects to destroy ultimate level digital but was never used again you know what I'm fine with it. Yeah. It was movie unique. Anyway, so I won't build building shield, but the characters rival to break through it with a combined attack and I fondly destroy is Moan and then Kushner's Internet connects. Any lines of the Royal Tokyo is in its third night as been seventy two hours and Kushner. is now receiving the updates real time and then a roach. Iman from that episode of Thomas where he drinks sake shows up here for it. Yeah. I'm not one hundred percent sure I'm flipping back through, but I don't think is mon is actually destroyed just kind of beaten back because I thought. I saw some. Ground. Oh. Yeah. He definitely like fades away at the end, but he's sort of beaten in the eyes of the character. Yeah. So anyway important to note not destroyed likely come back I. Think. So highlights what we owe highlights the steps 'cause I have a long Mimi just all of Mimi. The mini forever like it's just in general Pelham onto like Pelham on calming down. It's just it's really nice. We get with Gaumont enjoy a lot, but it is not to say it with one Maimi the fact that Mamie was actually having emotions like should affect she was shaking like she was scared she was terrified. This is a terrifying thing have to happen to a kid like she thought she was harmon now she's relations endanger like digital often shows that the character is just just scared. If I want to narrow it down My absolute like the moment that I took a screen shot of was Mimi. Just being overjoyed at the thought of a shower because God? That's relatable in also I'm surprised. Mulcair. Does not just like I want to bay. Even weeks he ain't nobody likes to be smelly on dirty gross feeling when your skin is gross like I will say, no. We have low. I want you will. I have a lot of highlights and they're all mamie related. The fact that the the show continues to have episodes with it. You know either one count is the focus end still the other couches all or everyone's a focus and each just evenly distributed volt except for the fact, I think maybe got a little bit more than the other characters in this episode. It. Just really nice. It's just I don't have anywhere else to go with that I just really appreciate the fact that. Way Giving attention to me in not making her same dumb when making same realistic. Like she's still really still definitely really, which is which is finally she's still like shopping she still likes this new music she still that's still her character, but they make a week because of just like in the literally just she wants to do is super reasonable like I'm going to get a shower agree meal. Talamante bound we shall meet up later it'll be fun. I'm honestly a little surprised she didn't just like invite them to go take showers at her place know like Oh we have we have five children so we can do it. Down now Mimi you. GotTa love the atmosphere I love is Mon.. The, it was very creepy. Yeah. The whole excludes me and I really appreciate that we actually got an explanation for how the power outages happened. So let's make a of sense but you know it's not just oh yeah, just happened and it wasn't just somebody's armed glowed and made it happen Have you noticed that the majority of the episodes we say at once focuses amy. Yes I have noticed that it's super obvious because Mimi is the best I feel like the rot is rudy like maybe. I. Should everyone should like meaning like I feel like they may be don't like Sora. They've sort of May joke kind of have a few months to dislike they've made him seem kind of. Yeah, and and Kirsh Roy was missing for like a chunk of episodes tiny motto, compulsory main characters but maybe they've made. Good and it's just like I mean he's always good like done saying actually good. She's always been just made a better I I'm hopeful that we'll get a little bit more of like a mini arc character at some point but hopefully, not all row because you don't need that I, want them to have the evolutions to ultimate slightly spread out from each other. Yeah. I'm like give each person their own episode before. We get to that please yet and especially to of them, we haven't really seen the relationship between the human, the opponent digital except for like Mamie and Powell on end Joan, there's not really much else. Yeah. I couldn't tell you anything about the dynamics between a Jato and government and other then you know government is a good boy. Yeah. The same with OGM on end touching like just sort of like a day like. Does not he's not like the Little Damon that he was in try. Really doesn't do anything. He makes zero decisions. He he wants to attack protect, but he doesn't have a last thing like if but that was that was arguments personality in the first season and now still getting not much Maga Mon like. Yet tie sustaining all sort of blank as a character. He Really Kinda is. Like, which? The most we have any more. Highlights I'm going to move on. It was a good episode of and we said so I think we by see addressed highlights in the Synopsis Anyway. Yeah. So lots I guess I do have one the fact that Kershaw end time she felt kind of flat visited. And I was like I said, I was willing to give that. Kosheh who is at least picking up on things being weird but I just felt barely there yet at tied. Felt like an extension of kosher of just saying, oh no. The. There's no one reacting to the digital. Yup there's no one. No one really reacting outside yet. Yup. Not signed yet. It was very much she could have. The same episode could've transplanted baton just of bane being there at all. but my other low light is that it's really weird me that, hey, we're backing the real world. Let's contact. The others never happened like it seems weird that they didn't even go devices aren't working. It will debate when I didn't mention at least the other group a little bit. They did say I wonder if they have back to but that didn't go anywhere didn't go to let's say we can contact them. That they didn't need to try Yeah I know I agree with that fiddly South socials at least me says, Source Group of Mr defeated the big bad. Yeah. I mean I'm here for that I just the lack of intention of like you have the ability to call Seora and ask yeah and they. Did should 'cause we saw touchien Kush rubbing able to contact each other over a slightly longer distance in the interior and they didn't try saw kosher ago talking to Taichi over different dimensions which really makes it feel like the the were too far away from thanks shouldn't be much of an issue it's device but also I took that the other dimension was of just another lie of was on top of that stay modest actually bane at the same level in terms of where they would just on different dimensions maybe that's why they could communicate but I see your point. Yeah. Any other lies because? I just have them feeling flat. I don't really have many lots. Me Never did get to eat. Yeah, I mean that was also the point like she. She's angry that she didn't get to eight. Yes. No, I was super here for that. I hope next week we get to see her making some yummy foods or something because we get you'll see living off of whatever Sarra. Happened to bring along I. Think we have to eight. It's not been set in the season I. Think I don't think they need to eat in the digital world because they'd data I mean I feel like that's just Kinda Lazy? Original series said, yeah would lazy that'd be Lazy. So they didn't have to focus on food every every like episode like the digital have all food. So we didn't really get rid of that. Yeah I. Really Hope that we get to when we do eventually go back to the human world for Real I want Mamie to continue this personality. I want to say Okay Burger Jack Time and she just treats everyone to lunch. Yeah. That actually would be a really solid episode maybe just has them bring Avocado Burgers for everyone to the house. Yeah, and like just great. Says it. But? He I don't really have that many lowlights I liked the episode going for any Gummer's could explained about how may me is the best That's fair. What about comparisons because I don't really have many episode you can compare it to is home away from home which I think this did better yet like it was still the same better I wish that. He carried mattered at all so far but I think something. Yeah. Yeah. Hopefully just. Not caring about hurry slightly is is off putting it. That was weird Unless, he knew from the start, it wasn't real which there was no evidence to say. That was the case. A characters, right. So I couldn't pick Miami I had to PAL. But I'm going to go with Mimi. We'll have our bases covered. which is fair because, well, somebody else is GonNa Pick Mamie and I really really do like Pomona this episode I think Powell Mon Calming Down Mamie was like just made it so much better as I really won't ever caught a cheeseburger now I know I'm Kato, but I can get like some keynote bread. No already had much this month. One sheet data months. I had a I had a one kilogram burrito. because. The. Ice Cream rates to me So every year, the Mexican. Place that I like does a kilogram burrito and they they they in May but they couldn't do it may this year? so they kind of bog hold off until the lockdown ended but the lockdown sort of. It got worse. So they had a they said on menu log and will like okay and then we go to and it was great. But that was my day show with this month or so we'll have your cheeseburger now. I. Think some people don't do it without any dies, but I'm going to allow myself one a month just because like gave you. So often I just want like last month much. He was the Natella pizza end the family size pizza. But this time yet avacado chased Bogor is like that's my next time Where am I? Okay, favorite correctable oversee redoubts, Davies, and stevie stunts later on. So what was the rating for this episode and my mind Moscow Hi depending on what you say I think I'm going to go with a four and a half again I still think we can do better. Even tempted to do four, seven, five, I don't know if you'll allow that. Yeah. That that's fair on the best one so far it's an improvement over previous episodes, but I still think we can eek more out of this. Yeah. I gave it a four point five originally, but it's very much like. It's it was so close to being. If you said five, I would have said for five as well. I might have to also I'm just GONNA give it a four point seven, five because. Though I think imma writing is definitely gave a yeah I. The last thing I gave it four point five was episode five, which in hindsight does not deserve it. So this is very much a lot better than that won't episodes. So four point, seven, five as for ranking I, put it in fifth place. So on the episode twelve Lima, Blossoms episode fourteen, the King of Insects Clash Episode Fifteen pseudomonas on hammer of lightning episodes six, the targeted kingdom, and then episodes sixteen and then followed by. Episode. Five holy digital whereabouts are we putting episode Sixteen Year I. Think I'm going to stick with the numbers and say it's the best one so far. Yeah that's that's fair. I. Will Quickly do that that song episode area. Yeah I is probably definitely one of the best episodes, but the fact that the characters felt a little bit flat to me just sort of. I. Maybe it's because we focused on more characters than the evolution episodes, which more or less focused on one character and bits of other characters. This one focused on three human characters primarily end only one stood out so. Yeah A. Stacey stunts so I will scroll up and I will so overall thoughts. Stevie says they got duped by cliffhanger last time but figured it would pretty quickly once the showed this Wolf Molin five seconds and I would agree Stevie says that was a nice twist taking debbie trick from original series and really upscaling it even if the villain doing it was kind of man is one looks cool. But it felt more like a coincidence that it made this Tokyo rather than the plan of any kind MINNEA- agree. But I think that's kind of almost a tom to that it just sort of felt like it. And I think that I mean like this I mean this was clearly every month plan to do something of other. We don't know what that is yet but. Making a fake Tokyo was not a plan to kill children or anything it was just a thing they were doing for. For Power, which I'm you, it just kind of be like that. stevie continues to say that. It was glad the group together even if Gruden wants dramatic entrance was lame you take that backstage I liked the dramatic entrance. Room was the best. Show the landing and then grew them on off the other way around I. thought it was Fine Zuma charging him though he's a speedy boy find itself was fine but mostly enjoyed it. 'cause we sell the ultimate get hit with multiple lodge objects. And that is fair. I'm glad they was some danger. It wasn't just all his following the laser again. It made it sort of dynamic also on mental grandma got mortgage Tom than the combined by long shot which sucks and Y- i. think that will always suck. That is like a consistent low light of it. Just it also is. It feels out of place as well because they suddenly have this evolution sake once and then they go to shining lights it just feels kind of weirdly a paste and I don't know it's weird. next. Stevie says if Mamie hadn't kept hopping on about some Avocado cheeseburger episode, which I think was my favorite coffee sort. It might have been her so Stevie gestating says easy, which is only surprised. I thought we will I thought maybe it was going to just completely bowl everyone over but I guess TV. Didn't like the cottage. Cheese. Burger. Stevie, then says for writing two point five out of five. That's a surprise. So one five, which means that this episode of its Overall School is twelve, which is now tied for with episode one. So we have to decide whether or not. We liked this episode more than episode one I guess I'll look at Steffi's ranking. Thirteen so comes just below episode seven. So let's say so stephen put that in well. Fourth. Last place I don't. That's So I'll be curious to talk the next. We can see if they wanna I'm curious to see how we interpreted the same thing. Very differently. I Love Them. All I. Thought that was a clear. Yeah. No, it is also good that we don't share the opinion. I think. I've given. Like episode five, I gave a four point five where you stevie gave like a three point five and a two point five. So it's good when we're not all saying well, that was an episode that we all liked it is now that that is good. We basically have in a ranking with that giving us twelve points that makes it a cool with episode one and episode nine. So episode namath ultimate invasion. which is the OGM on one episode. One was obviously Turkey to crisis. So we gave in overall which I will share with in discord. Our overall. We put one nine. One we liked more than nine I think I'm willing to put it above one I, but that may change the. I'm willing to agree with that as well I think we can both agree that stevie would presumably vote against that. So we can put we can put it there for now, but we can talk about it next episode whether or not Stevie disagrees with that or not 'cause Davey put it obviously quite a lot below one nine but but both you and I put it obviously high the nine nine being mile eleventh place in one being my seventh place and you put. You can you also have your? No one is in your six place in episode nine you have in Twelfth. Place. Yes. I definitely agree that it's better than either of those. So that's fine by me, but we'll. We'll wait. Yes, that may change when Stephen can foot in the defend their their place in the ranking but so we have. So that might change. We might decide it's between one nine, two depends house stay feels about that. But yes. so that was devi stunts. So. Next will will be reading some questions and comments on So they're all from Youtube again because since I started trying to put into the Youtube Channel. Basically, a lot of the feedback comes from Youtube of festival just before jumping to that Some people pointed this out and I actually read it from the wiki. Mon. twitter accounts like five minutes after applying the episode bought the digital that we see in Zuma's evolution is Oculus, which is like a total in that's zoom will get his turtle shell from. End If, our correctly, it's a it's an another. Revolution character. But that's what a shell comes from. I can't remember I posted a picture of it in the chat. It doesn't really look like they don't want show, but it's It's definitely the digital saying. So it's not police here on. So it's likely that we won't get anything really. Yeah. So I just posted came on in the disco chatrooms so you can say who I'm talking about, but it's warm on the digital sincerity which is. A way choice it's it's a knife turtle. He's got his knife. Thumbs. I'm here for via the that's definitely the digital that was police you on. So unlikely that mcgann's Ramon was a hint for doc evolution, it's what I originally thought, which is that's just a part. Of that digital. Yeah. Because Medal Graham on a scrap metal it makes sense semantically, but it is a shame. Also, it's really sad that the due amount does not carry any either of the NY forms as like a side weapon like just imagine like he threw knives like he was like soda of a Ninja Roy or something like Ping Ping Ping you throw knives. That'd be fun but. Yeah so so entreprise pat hunting tour on Youtube asks us what we think of the possibility of Tucker having been in the digital, the entire time the new ending could be possibly hinting at this with him just out of sight of the rest of the group plus we've only heard from him that one time we were speaking with Mash on the phone. That's why we haven't had any expedition saints with him in the real world because of wanting to save the reveal of him being the. Digital World I really like this possibility as would be nice contrast the Tucker route from the original he'd have to be independent early on and we get less as a crybaby kid'll trump and that we got in the says adventure I'm not sure how likely is especially with the end of the episode still interesting thought and I didn't even think about that possibility but the ending song definitely net now I think about it which by the way the ending song gets better every week for love it. And the animation just like hey plus. The discussion is that I? Didn't even consider that and now i. now now that's my head and he's been there the entire time I would be down for that Egypt because it explains the thing complained about like, hey, why have we gotten to need tucker ruined the real world? Not They? That's fair. That's great i. hope that's true. I'M GONNA. Be I think I'm going to. Be disappointed. Now, when he heard of that theory nail I think I'm going to be disappointed if we if that doesn't happen. Yeah because we have we haven't had any shelter TACO and that the reason would be they don't want to spoil the fact that he's been here. The entire time I will say if Amazon knows that and just didn't tell us then I'll be able to. I think you Masha would know because he straight up said that he doesn't know how he's brother reason the human world because he's and that's what he's acting like this and wants to get home because he's buoyed by brought the thinking malter noise I think he may know that he's a chosen child but judging by that phone call, we had very early on you Masha has told him to stay in the human world and I don't think Tucker was listened. So your has been thank you hunting Torres actually I'm sorry I misread the name haunting Torah, which is much most spooky. boobs. I poop. But yeah, great theory never thought of before. But now it's my favorite theory in the whole show. So thank you for them and if you have any anyone has any of these sort of theories please please send them because I would like to have theories to end on my theory is just like well, this is the frontier sequel plainly, that would be cool. I don't I'm still going. That'd be down Oh. Yeah. It's not gonNA happen but even happened like it'd probably be one of the best things in all of Chimonas just like frontiers one of my least favorite seasons, but it's my favorite season in terms of the law. Doesn't have very good writing the wool buildings. Fantastic. It's it's a that peaked very early on, but still had episodes during the like terrible in pig but I remember having before try came out a lot of people on the. Internet. was saying the theory was the frontier was a prequel to the original adventure and they were the original chosen. You're the idea it's. been around for forever but yet, and until like try said, no, these are the these are the chosen children. Yeah. But I kind of always life that theory except for the fact that adventure took place in Nineteen, Ninety nine and frontier definitely took place a couple of years later because of the existence of the mobile phones, the people to sort of had was small. So. Now, we say frontier from two thousand one or whatever your came out. I think maybe lighting that actually is the prequel that makes much more sense and then means that we may get a fix that show I mean no nothing can fix that show, but it would be I think an entire I think a complete rewrite could fix up show yeah you would have completely do it sure but I don't bow click adventure didn't deserve a river it sort of like deserve to be left alone. No more adventure is just average as a show will accept that frontier would be good to have a complete raper because it would. In could be yeah and I think we've mentioned that before but I do like frontiers law and wealth-building nor. So next, we have slipped games on youtube sign they really hard. We don't get to evolution two different make ultimate with the characters since that will main, we have two different evolution ons instead of one, it depends on how they would go about it but I guess is leaning towards now we just have one evolution knock for the ultimate one evolution. We don't get split evolutions like I was hoping so far. Yeah I'd be down for it if it happened. There were multiple final stage evolutions. I mean split evolutions is something that digital had as a mechanic since before the anime. But has never actually shown except for arm revolutions and slide evolutions I guess was worried about kids being able to keep track of. which character is which person if not only have four separate looks but now Indian digital adventure the original. gave us so many names. So be a I I'd say that point but I would really. Want. But yeah, I mean zero to almost did it almost. We had to arm revolutions of some some will end evolution to adult. So next. King people on Youtube says my wife I immediately assumed that the real world the end of the episode was fake out in the next episode will be about discovering they're in a trap you got it you and your wife top of the class. Plebs. Like us did not realize because in hindsight yet that. I felt I thought it was just bad riding and I'm just like okay real-world now make it easy but no, it was a trap. And King I can't speak PIPPA Blue King pickup blue says they never even consider the idea that it was actually the real world. It was interesting to hear that we had the opposite takeaway and yeah, I just I feel kind of silly now can on that's. Real of course, real like the whole time was like that's real until the start of the episode happened yet although it is the first time in ethic ever that anyone's like constructed a fake real world, which is I'm here for Ya Debbie mom did the mansion yet not the whole real world even that was not like you're in the real world they were very much still in the world they have just walked into a building and we have lots of that. Yeah. Yeah. So next we have Adam on Youtube, who says the crown hate? Is it an old inside joke and they like the idea of the crazy strong elements like Hutcheon in Dragon Bowl the brain eum in marvel. Feel like think it's because it's just sort of the whites being ridden sort of easy riding. It's sort of like this magical power stone. Yeah unobtainable or whatever. You WanNa call it always kind of a bad decision unless. Like. Pretty. Good reason to have it and did you on really never justifies having it to begin with except that Oh, my God that strong in ways that are not meaningfully different than if you just never said with the armor is made of and that's then. Or something. I think it's some I. Mean I remember I I noticed it in adventure when it was just like, hey, why was that a so strong? Oh, it's because this teachable Newsweek trump ditches Lloyd and was very much like writing to explain something in one word less like. One witless one. Less just sort eight came it. Sort of seems like Licey writing most of the time I'm sure it can be done rise but digital on and me liking this episode being surprised by this episode is evidence to show that digital I do not expect to write things. Well. Yeah pretty much. Kalayaan sorry. One more thing to say on the crewmen Detroit Gang, which is we never brought it up until. The first time someone used it to kill a thing and way outside their weight class and that's that's really all it was four. Yeah. You're going to do some English said at least Chekhov's gun and for me it's plug convenience. It's a writing something away. Collie then asks and this is I. Guess Not a can. Now we know what this episode was. It's kind of sort of a moot point but if take it does come back coward he interact with. Mamie. Time easy and I guess it's something we never have no. Now you're which is I mean I think that they would have no reason to know that that Sumatra's Bravo. Think he gave them his name, and even if they had like, he's not the only Taco in Japan. Yeah. I feel like they would just sort of say Oh, look a new kid end time might be like, Oh, I have younger sibling your age I will protect you against be it but I guess we now don't have to worry about that and then finally go dri on Youtube says it drinking game take a shot every time somebody makes an ice pond intentional in please don't do that. We can be made for too many is punked in a very short amount of time. That's Yet though yeah of the I was dying. I when I was in the episode I'm still dying again like that was just. So. Every time you say something's cool. Liking like, oh no. So I'm glad that that was enjoyed by listeners are do we have any other discussion points that we to wrap this up? I'm ready to wrap this up. So thanks to everyone listening. So it will be watching episode seventeen, the bachelor in terms against a Roach Mon.. We'll also have stevie a defending where they think the this episode should be in the overall ranking hopefully, assuming nothing comes up again. Yeah. Well, we'll get gets Davey to write something down just in case year So do we have any predictions because I, think that the episode titles were all leaked a couple of like Joe I think Aranda. EASIES evolution episode like episode sixteen, Seventeen, eighteen, nineteen titles were given. So the the fact that it says the battle in Tokyo I feel like. It was. It's excuse still. Yeah. I think what we are still talking about the fact Tokyo, but it is interesting to note that we're calling it Tokyo and I'm actually impressed that we actually didn't spoil something in show it in terms of the episode titles. Yeah, definitely. Yeah here for that and then. I am interested to see what they'll do never tape like constructed an elaborate scenario where we don't have to worry about collateral damage. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I guess sort of destroying things now which I guess. Did you want has a lot of things like, oh, we'll destroy that doesn't matter them. Yeah. But I don't have many predictions. They're just GONNA. Fight a road Shimon and their. Find out more heavy. Yeah. I would think we'll end on finally finding out something about Coca Debbie mom. or at least I think a regimen might be part I can be. Yeah Goon of Debbie Moan it's been awhile since since Debbie money even had a cameo so that would be good. Yeah. I'm Kinda. Glad they've delaying him because it's kind of Nice jumping between bad guys through I. Still Really wanted the. The dock mosses ach though I really liked the dock. Moss Zach into them. We know what makes me so happy yeah, and also like I think everyone has their favorite dot mosque like mine is one for no reason other that I? Really like Shane also, he's probably the first bad guy in history to actually say I'm GonNa Talk Nukes on the kids. On Shoot. Well, pub one had the best episode. I just really like mcgann Shimon as digital also, actually pretty into the crosswords puppet Mon- oh. Yeah. The fact he lied and he's nose grew. into it, but I think no matter who you ask everyone will have different dot must or it's pretty evenly spread what I'm saying like I'm sure someone likes Middle Sage Ramon never met them if they do. But probably someone I know people who love deep savers. So they'll probably say Mitt that would probably say middle sage one because they like Davis and similar to why my favorite I like Middle Empire like think wind gardens is my favorite but middle empire is the next. The next one. But yeah I I'd like Doc Moss's I would hope that they would do well but I guess that's more of a prediction for the long run of the show and hey, fifty more episodes. Because we've got sixty six episodes in this season. So any we could still get animal who is I think all the bad guys except for Debbie Moon. A great. Oh. Absolutely and I want van on his well do like Mammo. But I mean. We've gotta get to the real world eventually but anyway. So any other thoughts? 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Crosspost: NATAL - Two: Roots of the Black Birthing Crisis

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Crosspost: NATAL - Two: Roots of the Black Birthing Crisis

"Hey welcome to you had me at. Black. I'm Martina Abraham's Olonga. It feels so good to be back behind the microphone and sharing stories with you all and I am so excited to introduce you to natal. It's a podcast Docu series about having a baby wall black you know black. Maternal and perinatal health is something that is very important to me. Personally and the entire. You had me out black team. So we produce NATO in partnership with the Woodshop and with support from the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism in the economic hardship reporting project. You can subscribe to Natal today. Wherever you get your podcast to hear new episodes every other Wednesday and don't worry we'll play them all right back here on. You had me at black. On Thursdays NATO sounded a little differently than what you expect to hear from. You had me at black so let us know what you think about it. Email US talk to us at you had me at black dot com but without further ado here is natal. I'm Martina Abraham's Linga and I'm the New York based CO host of Natal. An episode one. You heard my story and just how difficult it is for black parents to be heard and believed by medical providers even in emergencies. Her story was crazy but I wasn't surprised to have agency in medical spaces as a black woman or non binary person is a constant fight but to really understand how something like what happened to my Asia can happen over and over again. We have to understand the history of obstetrics gynecology. So in this episode. We'll do just that. You're listening to you NATO. You're listening to NATO. You are listening to Natal. You listening to NATO podcast about having a baby having baby having baby while blast but I think we have to really start to pivot seriously towards looking at how institutions in histories of those institutions. Just perpetually fail people particularly people who are just historically more marginalized. That's Dr Mamie Niles. But she goes by Dr Mimi. She's a mother researcher and Third Generation Midwife based in New York City healthcare is one example of a very large fast deeply problematic institution. And we know that for black people if we think about the history of blackness in America you cannot divorce that from the history of enslavement. And so I think every sort of disparity and every sort of inequity has sort of played itself out in in the body's black people just like we have to have honest conversation in obstetrics around. Who J Marion? Sims is the founder of modern Collagen He traveled around the United States with three black Lucy Betsy And he did who were inflamed and he did thirties on them without anesthesia. Basis Very grounding of our work it was built in racism and on gender oppression and class and all the things that we want to undo nurse. Midwifery in midwifery in the United States of America needs to have that conversation. And that's Dr Joya career. Perry she's a New Orleans mother. Obgyn the founder and president of the National Birth Equity Collaborative and a board member of Black Mamas Matter Alliance. I'd heard Simms name in the past but I wasn't very familiar with his story or how gynecology field came to be in this country. I wanted to understand how stories like my Asia's had been centuries in the making. How did we get here to answer that question? I need to take you way back to sixteen. Nineteen that's the Europeans. Captain brought the first enslaved Africans to the US. I know I know everything starts with slavery but hear me out. Though it all connects black. Women were brought here solely to reproduce and our value was one hundred percent tied to our ability to do so over and over again whether in the field or in our womb. If we couldn't produce we were considered worthless. Among these African women were midwives who eventually became known as granny midwives they were healers. They grew herbs and may traditional medicine and they took care of their own. They also delivered babies not just for their enslaved sisters but also for the wives of their white owners but that changed in the mid eighteen hundreds largely because of James Marion Sims. Dr J Marion. Sims was really a pioneer in the field of gynecology He was one of the first to do an internal exam on a woman He developed instruments to let us visually look inside the vagina. And see the pathology that was there and he developed The prototype of the instruments. We use today to examine the vagina. Dr James Marion sounds was innovative. He was carrying and he tried to make the lives bed or for all the patients that he encountered that segment aired on South Carolina's Public Broadcasting Network in two thousand fourteen sims didn't make black women's lives better. He made them hell. Here's the realty. Sims medical breakthroughs the result of experiment. He on enslaved black women hand vited as many as a dozen doctors to watch us. He performed surgery on these women without anesthesia. Again and again. We don't know the name of all the women he operated on by three women's stories survive two of them. Lucy his first subject and betsy another. We're just eighteen years old. The third seventeen-year-old Arca he operated on her thirty times. Simpson eventually moved onto treating white women. They got anesthesia. Sims got award. He opened the country's first women's Hospital in New York City. He became president of the American Medical Association and there was even a statue of him elected in central park right across the street from his Alma Mater. The New York Academy of Medicine. By the time he died in eighteen eighty three white women could afford to do so began forthing with white doctors and nurse midwives black birth parents continue to rely on. Granny midwives. Not a problem because they were a wealth of knowledge but starting in the early nineteen hundreds doctors and hospital. Directors began smear campaigns to discredit midwifery across the board in some states. They outlawed or criminalize along with homework's births. Black folks fed into the hype they thought. White hospitals could provide better care and were a safer option for having a baby as the country moved towards desegregation in the nineteen fifties and sixties pregnant. Black women gave birth almost exclusively white hospitals before desegregation. Maternal mortality rates were pretty equal for women of different races but over time became more dangerous for black women today according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Black Women three to four times more likely to die from pregnancy or childbirth than their white counterparts through training policy in research. Dr Career Perry and the National Equity Collaborative are creating solutions for maternal and infant health. What we see when it comes to black woman and maternal mortality are the risk of dining and childbirth is a convergence of both racism and gender oppression where we have a mixture of both ignoring women in general which is what has happened in the American healthcare system for a really long time. This belief that women are to be told what to do? And not listen to in if you think about the early beginnings of Obstetrics. I mean we were delivering babies by putting people to sleep and inputting metal forceps on the baby's head and pulling the baby out by so our job is not to listen to what the woman's complaints were but to take over and do all these things instead of her. So you add that kind of gender identity or gender oppression to then also anti black racism and a belief that black people are not fully human and We're not compliance. We're although though that that all those narratives and beliefs in around devaluing groups of people come together to get you to the point. Where both of for being black and a woman is a deadly combination for birth in the United States. A new study finds African. American patients are often treated differently. When comes to medicine and care? The survey of more than five hundred people. Four hundred of the medical students found IMPLICIT BIAS. Exists that may help explain why black people are sometimes under treated for pain? Among its findings. Medical students believed that African Americans felt less pain than white patients and even thought their skin was thicker. All right so making sure you're still with me. We have over four hundred years of slavery. Our ancestors were literally experimented on. There's a growing medical system that at its core fails to see us as human and today the effects of all this lives on in traditional medical school curriculum and informs how predominantly white generations of medical students are trained to interact with patients. It's a lot y'all we are trained to believe that we are supposed to dispense information. You're supposed to receive it. I say one of the things I've even recently with all of my advocacy work reproductive justice faced. I am in an anti racism. Work IT I. Didn't we had patients who told US THEY WANNA have the trust building visit right so I never even thought about as a provider that you didn't already trust us even me as an Obgyn. Mice and so thinking humbling ourselves to understand that the patients need some level. They want us to be more human. They WANNA see us is more human and more Someone that's assessable to them. That understands them. And that's the opposite of Harvard trained this whole time. I assumed connecting and trust building were part of the job description for doctors and other medical providers. But that's not. The only part of medical training feels counterintuitive. Some medical schools teach students to see their patients race as a risk factor for health complications. That negates which really happening racism. Sexism classism so many `ISMs effect Blackburn Parent's health and the care they receive Dr Career Perry and some of her colleagues are working to change the status quo when it comes to existing curriculum the way they see it. Race is a risk factor. We can't change but racism Is A risk factor. We can change that what needs to be taught. Throughout this season we're highlighting different PODCASTS. That explore various facets of the black birding or parenting experience the healing circle. Podcast was created to help people have meaningful conversations about mental health faith and relationships. The show is hosted by wife and husband pair. Kobe Kyle Campbell. Who BRING HONEST. Vulnerable and funny perspective whole self-healing join the circle to join the conversation. Listen to healing circle podcast on Apple. Podcast Google podcast and spotify on top of sitting on New York City's Maternal Health Review Board. Dr Mimi is also a researcher with the birthplace lab at the University of British Columbia in Canada in two thousand nineteen her peers at the birthplace lab published giving voices to mothers. The study takes a deep dive into how birthing mothers experienced care. It captures their experiences with medical staff. And how they feel about those interactions. You know those moments where something feels off like. You're not being listened to or given enough time to ask questions. Most other studies just emphasize outcomes of interactions. This study is unique because it captures what happens before they take place. While Dr Mimi wasn't directly involved with the study she knows it well. It was really a groundbreaking study that they did because it was a group of researchers that were really trying to understand experience of care. Not just the outcomes of care but again that's a lot of healthier searches oriented towards understanding the outcome. So if I do X. What effect does it have on? Why right until there's really a lack of research and a lack of information about people's lived embodied experiences of healthcare because it's hard to measure? It's just a hard you can't put a number on somebody's experience we try like if you've ever been in tribute provider for pain and they say from a scale of zero to ten. What is your pain like right? And so you try to give it a number. Because that's how medicine and clinicians work we work in numbers we work in diagnostics. We work in measuring but this study was looking at the very what people are telling us is that their experience of care is what is also affecting the comes in their care so if a black person feels like they're not being listened to they're not being respected. Their autonomy is not being centered. They have very little decision making power in their labor in pregnancy and postpartum care. What impact does it have on? Someone's agency what impact does that have on someone's when they reflect on that experience that life changing experience what does it mean for them and so for example for black people in the study. They said it was ninety. Five percent of black women said it was very important to them to have enough time to ask questions and discuss what their options of care were like but even this was the most important thing to them. They also reported that they were the most likely to have very very short prenatal appointments so ten ten to fifteen minutes on average. So you can see. Here's a person coming to you with a lot of questions wanting to discuss their options of care but yet it's in Congress to the amount of time they're being given in that Karen Traction for a long time in healthcare research. We have mistakenly separated healthcare from the other social factors in people's lives. And so you hear a lot about the social determinants of health. But it's it's rare to see that in research if we're not asking people about the experience of living in a marginalized body in marginalized identity. And sometimes that can be at multiple places of your identity. Such as being a four hour wage earner or being a single parent or having a either a visible or invisible disability English not being your first language then then were really failing to address what the real issues are for people. So I don't think we have good data to say you know the more or marginality you have the poor outcomes you because there's some constrictions on how we can do that type of data. According to Dr Mimi. Black women aren't alone. Latina and indigenous women also reported being mistreated while receiving care if so many parents are sharing that they're not being treated well. Why isn't this data being collected on a broader scale again? A big part of IT COMES DOWN TO EDUCATION. Doctors and researchers aren't trained to understand history. They're not learning enough about social or economic issues. They don't see how these factors are interconnected and influence how black and other marginalized people experience healthcare. It's no wonder their work fails to truly illuminate the experiences of black boiling parents. So what what? We measure in what we value as humans who are chow burying and laboring and mothering is very different. Than what the institution which is not human values right. They're not measuring it so they don't see it if they're not measuring it in there's no financial gain out of it. Why Invest Time and resources in it the way we measure what we measure what we document what counts as data. It enrages me right because you can tell me. Somebody died in the process of childbirth or postpartum and I can look at their blood values and their gases and they're you know they're et's or EEG's and you know you can look at all that stuff but you don't know the story of the people that this is happening to. I WanNa know who was at the bedside with her. What was she telling you and she was being ignored. Maybe right like maybe she was telling you I feel like I'm bleeding a little too much or I really have this pain in my leg when I walked to the bathroom and where is not in the story right. Where is that being documented? When do people's stories and people's experiences also become a form of credible clinical data? It's twenty twenty in. You're starting medical school or Midwifery School in and you're not being trained in those ideas I would say. The potential. To perpetuate the harm is greater like year one semester. One you need to understand the history of medicine in this country you need to understand the history of medical experimentation but medical par tide of testing on the wounds of black women if you cannot speak into that with a level of discomfort in a level of shame as an obstetrician or gynecologist or midwife or nurse then that raises some suspicions for me. If if you don't have fundamental training not just on disparities. I don't need my students to rattle off that. Black women are three to four times more likely to die from childbirth complication. Because not you know some people call that sort of you know the pornography and suffering right. I think that statistic has been used so much but I want my students and the midwives I trained in the medical doctors that are trained to ask a deeper questions. They I want them to be asking. Why is this what in the structures of care what in the evaluations new assessments of People's wellness in illness? What kind of racist ideologies we built into these things and can we become a workforce in a profession that is wholeheartedly into racist and to know that and to have the language around the and the understanding around that and in a full-on embrace of that I think is fundamental to shifting the trajectory of black people black men black parents in our country and that we need to build up our workforce also plaque care providers? Not is a no brainer in my mind? I'm not black and Indian but I can tell you the feeling I mean again is immeasurable right. The the feeling of seeing someone like me sitting across from me or me taking care of a Bengali woman or an Indian woman just that you know I know black people talk about it too like. There's just an ease that you can't again measure and so it's not valued enough because you know we're not empowered to say. Hey this is important to me. Particularly people of Color are not empowered to say you know what I it's really important to me to have a provider that understands my heritage my culture my buddy. Who's doing the research and funding? It is definitely a challenge. We could begin to close the gap in experiential data if there are more black and other medical professionals of color in all levels of the field if they control the money they could fund the studies. We need more of the outcomes of culturally specific studies but allow for better insights. Better INSIGHTS WOULD CREATE AVENUES. Better SOLUTIONS AND BLACK. Parents would thrive versus falling through the data cracks. But there's definitely some really interesting ways of including intersection -ality and how research is designed and searches analyzed. I think that that is really going to be the new frontier of an and researchers who are black and other Marshall is identity leading that research. I think is going to be key to how we ask those questions. What are the questions we asked? What are the methods we use? Who are who's WHO's at the decision making about you know what's going to get funded and what's not going to get funded. And what are these ethical questions northern community partners and I think that is also one of the values of voice to mothers. It was a large community stakeholder group that came together to help design the study. I really deeply believe who's asking the questions and wounded who's analyzing who's funding in all bears fruit in the kind of research that we can generate actually support people not support institutions or support. Funders or support. You know we have to shift. Who who who? This research is four after minister switching. How we look at not acting in two thousand eighteen. A group of black women led activists successfully lobbied the city of New York to remove the statute of James Marion Sims. Unfortunately it's not gone gone. It's now at his gravesite. At a cemetery. In Brooklyn the Shameful Legacy. He pioneered in obstetrics. Gynecology isn't gone. Gone either. Dr Perry in Dr. Mimi are part of a growing community of scholars of color. Disrupting the status quo. They're doing trailblazing. Research and bringing historical accountability into medical teaching. Their work deserves to be widely recognized in hospitals and in related policy nationwide. Their work offers a window into what patient and doctor relationships could look like. We're all expecting. A new parent are valued and cared for in a way. That makes them feel whole. It's a new vision of CARE. That centers black parents very core. The way we've been doing it it's been the reverse any. We've been so focused on systems of privilege and making things good for white women only when it gets bad for white women. Then everyone's like Oh my God. This is really bad. You know Instead saying we'll do if if everything we do if the policies we make in the programs we're thinking about and the research were doing if we're really center the most marginalized. They're they're part of this process with us and I'm really invested in looking in the right and what is working and what makes people feel loved. And what makes people feel seen. And what makes people feel engaged. Because we also know that when a pregnant person when they've had a good printing experience. You've had a a a good berth. However they could be as his Aaron birth for a Bachelor Bird that parent which is usually the mothering. Parent is the one who determines that families long term engagement with healthcare so even that parent when they have a good experience it trickles into their family system could even trickle into their communities. And I think that's huge. I think we have to think. About how a parent or mother is really the decision maker for most not all for the health of her family and the health of her community. And I think that's particularly true in the black community to learn more about the history of obstetrics gynecology and black in the United States head to natal stories dot com slash. Learn Dale. You'll find links to studies by other amazing black women and FEM scholars. We love hearing from our listeners. Give us a call this week. We want to know what positive experiences have you had in hospitals with medical staff during your pregnancy and birth journey. Tell us about a time when you felt recognized in genuinely cared for what happened. And how did it make you feel in that moment? Leave us a voicemail at three two three three nine three zero one eight one your message might be featured in an upcoming episode NATO Collab- between you had me at black and the woodshop subscribed rate and leave a review. Wherever you get your podcast visit needle stories. Dot Com for exclusive content like our community blog and resource hub and donate to our production fund. While you're there be sure to follow us on instagram and twitter at natal stories and join the NATO group on facebook to keep the conversation going you can find the links everything in the show notes. Special thanks to Black Mamas Matter Alliance. The University of Southern California Annenberg Center for Health Journalism and our reporting mentor Katherine stifter. The economic hardship reporting project our sponsor coddle and NATO adviser a Diese Egan Navy was executive produced by US Martina Abraham's Luga and Gabrielle Horton tr. Now as the editor who puts it all together Jody Williams and Taylor hosking our producers get the stories and our sound designer and engineer gesture. Bitter Hooks at all the way up.

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Crosspost: NATAL - Four: Shellie's Story

You Had Me At Black

27:00 min | 4 months ago

Crosspost: NATAL - Four: Shellie's Story

"Hey welcome to. You had me at black I'm. Martina. Abraham's Olonga. It feels so good to be back behind the microphone and sharing stories with you all and I am so excited to introduce you to natal. It's a podcast Docu series about having a baby wall black. You know black, maternal and perinatal health is something that is very important to me personally and the entire. You had me out black team, so we produce NATO in partnership with the Woodshop and with support from the USC Annenberg Center for Health. Journalism in the economic. Hardship reporting project. You can subscribe to Natal today wherever you get your podcast to hear new episodes every other Wednesday and don't worry. We'll play them all right back here on. You had me at black on Thursdays. NATO sounded a little differently than what you expect to hear from. You had me at black, so let us know what you think about it. Email us at talk to us at you had me at black DOT com. But without further, ADO here is natal. I'm Martina Abraham's Linga and I'm the New York, based co host, of Natal, an episode one. You heard my story, and just how difficult it is for black parents to be heard and believed by medical providers, even in emergencies. Her story was crazy, but I wasn't surprised to have agency in medical spaces as a black woman or non binary person is a constant fight. But, to really understand how something like what happened to my Asia can happen over and over again. We have to understand the history of obstetrics and gynecology. So in this episode, we'll do just that. You're listening to you NATO. You're listening to NATO. You are listening to natal you listening to NATO a podcast about having a baby having baby having baby while blast. But I think we have to really start to pivot seriously towards looking at how institutions in histories of those institutions just perpetually fail people at particularly people who are just historically more marginalized. That's Dr Mamie Niles, but she goes by Dr. Mimi She's a mother researcher and Third Generation Midwife based in New York. City healthcare is one example of a very large, fast, deeply problematic institution, and we know that for black people. If we think about the history of blackness in America, you cannot divorce that from the history of enslavement, and so I, think every sort of disparity and every sort of inequity. Has Sort of played itself out in in the body's black people, just like we have to have honest conversation in obstetrics around who j Marion. Sims is the founder of modern He traveled around the United States Three Black Lucy Betsy and he did who were inflamed, and he did thirties on them without anesthesia basis, very grounding of our work. Work it was built in racism and on gender, oppression and class, and all the things that we want to undo. Nurse Midwifery in midwifery in the united. States of America needs to have that conversation, and that's Dr Joya Career Perry. She's a New Orleans mother Obgyn, the founder and president of the National Birth Collaborative and a board member of Black Mamas, matter alliance. I'd heard Simms name in the past, but I wasn't very familiar with his story, or how gynecology field came to be in this country. I wanted to understand how stories like my Asia's had been centuries in the making. How did we get here? To answer that question. I need to take you way back to sixteen, Nineteen. That's the Europeans kidnapped and brought the first enslaved Africans to the US. I know I know. Everything starts with slavery. But hear me out though it all connects black women were brought here solely to reproduce, and our value was one hundred percent tied to our ability to do so. Over and over again whether in the field or in our womb if we couldn't produce, we were considered worthless among these African. Women were midwives who eventually became known as granny midwives. They were healers. They grew herbs in May traditional medicine and they took care of their own. They also delivered babies, not just for their enslaved sisters, but also for the wives of their white owners, but that changed in the mid eighteen hundreds largely because of James. Marion Sims. DOT TO J Marion. Sims was really a pioneer in the field of gynecology He was one of the first to do an internal exam on a woman. he developed instruments to let us visually look inside the vagina and see the pathology that was there, and he developed the prototype of the instruments. We use today to examine the vagina. Dr James Marion sounds was innovative. He was carrying and he tried to make the lives bed, or for all the patients that he encountered. that. Segment aired on South Carolina's public broadcasting network. In two thousand fourteen sims didn't make black women's lives better. He made them hell. Here's the realty. Sims medical breakthroughs. Experiment He. On enslaved Black Women Hey, invited as many as a dozen doctors to watch us. He performed surgery on these women without anesthesia again and again. We don't know the name of all the women he operated on by three women's story survive two of them Lucy his first subject and betsy another. We're just eighteen years old. The third seventeen-year-old Arca he operated on her thirty times. Simpson eventually moved onto treating white women. They got anesthesia. Sims got award. He opened the country's first women's Hospital in New York City. He became president of the American Medical Association and there was even a statue of him rected and Central Park. Right across the street from his Alma Mater. The New York Academy of Medicine. By the time he died in eighteen, eighty three. White women could afford to do so begin forthing with white doctors and nurse midwives, black burning parents continue to rely on granny midwives, not a problem because they were a wealth of knowledge. But, starting in the early nineteen hundreds, doctors and hospital directors began smear campaigns to discredit midwifery across the board. In, some states they outlawed or criminalize along with Homework's births, black folks fed into the hype. They thought white hospitals could provide better care and were a safer option for having a baby. As the country moved towards desegregation in the nineteen fifties and sixties. Pregnant black women gave birth almost exclusively white hospitals before desegregation, maternal mortality rates were pretty equal for women of different races, but over time burning became more dangerous for black women. Today according to the Centers for disease, control and Prevention Black Women three to four times more likely to die from pregnancy or childbirth than their white counterparts. Through training policy in research, Dr Career Perry and the National Equity Collaborative are creating solutions for maternal and infant health. What we see when it comes to woman and maternal mortality are the risk of dying in childbirth is a convergence of both racism and gender oppression, where we have a mixture of both ignoring women in general, which is what has happened in the American healthcare system for a really long time. This belief that women are to be told what to. To do and not listen to in if you think about the early beginnings of obstetrics I mean we were delivering babies by putting people to sleep and inputting metal forceps on the baby's head, and pulling the baby out by so our job is not to listen to what the women's complaints were, but to take over and do all these things instead of her, so you add that kind of gender, identity or gender oppression to then also anti black racism. And a belief that black people are not fully human and We're not compliance we're although though that that all those narratives and beliefs in around devaluing groups of people come together to get you to the point, where both of for being black and a woman is a deadly combination for birth in the United States. A new study finds African American patients are often treated differently when comes to medicine and care the survey of more than five hundred people, four hundred of the medical students found implicit bias exists. That may help explain why black people are sometimes under treated for pain. Among its findings, medical students believed that African Americans felt less pain than white patients and even thought their skin was thicker. Right, so making sure you're still with me. We have over four hundred years of slavery. Our ancestors were literally experimented on. There's a growing medical system that at its core fails to see us as human and today, the effects of all this lives on in traditional medical school curriculum and informs how predominantly white generations of medical students are trained to interact with patients. It's a lot y'all. Say that. We are trained to believe that we are supposed to dispense information. You're supposed to receive it. I say one of the things I've even recently with all of my advocacy work. Reproductive Justice faced I. AM in an anti racism work. It, I didn't. We had patients who told US THEY WANNA have the trust building visit right so. I never even thought about as a provider that you didn't already trust us, even me as. An obgyn! Mice and so thinking humbling ourselves to understand that the patients need some level. They want us to be more human. They WANNA. See Us is more human and more. Someone that's assessable to them. That understands them, and that's the opposite of Harvard trained. This whole time I assumed connecting and trust building were part of the job description for doctors and other medical providers, but that's not the only part of medical training feels counterintuitive. Some, medical schools teach students to see their patients race as a risk factor for health complications that negates which really happening racism sexism classism, so many `ISMs effect Blackburn, parents, health and the care they receive. Dr Career Perry and some of her colleagues are working to change the status quo when it comes to existing curriculum. The way they see it. Race is a risk factor. We can't change, but racism. is a risk factor. We can change that what needs to be taught? Throughout this season we're highlighting different podcasts that explore various facets of the black birding or parenting experience. The healing circle podcast was created to help. People have meaningful conversations about mental health, faith and relationships. The show is hosted by wife and husband pair Kobe. Kyle Campbell. Who Bring honest, vulnerable and funny perspective whole self-healing. Join the circle to join the conversation. Listen to healing circle podcast on apple, podcast Google podcast and spotify. On top of sitting on New, York City's Maternal Health Review, board Dr, Mimi is also a researcher with the birthplace lab at the University of British, Columbia in Canada. In two thousand nineteen, her peers at the birthplace lab published giving voices to mothers. The study takes a deep dive into how birthing mothers experienced care. It captures their experiences with medical staff and how they feel about those interactions. You know those moments where something feels off like you're not being listened to or given enough time to ask questions. Most other studies just emphasize outcomes of interactions. This study is unique because it captures what happens before they take place while Dr Mimi wasn't directly involved with the study. She knows it well. It was really a groundbreaking study that they did because it was a group of researchers that were really trying to understand the experience of care, not just the outcomes of care, but again that's a lot of healthier searches oriented towards understanding the outcome, so if I do, x. what effect does it have on? Why right until there's really a lack of research and a lack of information about people's. Lived embodied experiences of healthcare. Because it's hard to measure, it's just a hard. You can't put a number on somebody's experience. We try like if you've ever been in tribute provider for pain, and they say from a scale of zero to ten. What is your pain like right, and so you try to give it a number because that's how medicine and clinicians work. In numbers. We work in diagnostics. We work in measuring, but this study was looking at the very what people are telling us is that their experience of care is what is also affecting the comes in their care, so if a black person feels like they're not being listened to, they're not being respected. Their autonomy is not being centered. They have very little decision making power in their labor in pregnancy and postpartum care. What impact does it have on someone's? Agency. What impact does that have on? Someone's when they reflect on that experience that life changing experience. What does it mean for them? And so for example for black people in the study? They said it was ninety five percent of black women said it was very important to them to have enough time to ask questions and discuss what their options of care were like, but even this was the most important thing to them, they also. Also reported that they were the most likely to have very very short prenatal appointments so ten ten to fifteen minutes on average, so you can see. Here's a person coming to you with a lot of questions wanting to discuss their options of care, but yet it's in Congress to the amount of time. They're being given in that Karen Traction for a long time in healthcare research, we have mistakenly separated healthcare from the other social. Factors in people's lives, and so you hear a lot about the social determinants of health, but it's it's rare to see that in research if we're not asking people about the experience of living in a marginalized body in marginalized identity, and sometimes that can be at multiple places of your identity such as being. A four hour, wage, earner or Being a single parent or having a either a visible or invisible disability English, not being your first language, then then were really failing to address what the real issues are for people so I. Don't think we have good data to say you know the more or marginality. You have the poor outcomes you because there's some constrictions on how we can do that type of data according to Dr Mimi Black Women Aren't alone. Latina and indigenous women also reported being mistreated while receiving care. If so many parents are sharing that they're not being treated well. Why isn't this data being collected on a broader scale? Again, a big part of it comes down to education. Doctors and researchers aren't trained to understand history. They're not learning enough about social or economic issues. They don't see how these factors are interconnected an influence how black and other marginalized people experience healthcare. It's no wonder their work fails to truly illuminate the experiences of black boiling parents. So what what we measure in what we value as humans who are Chow, burying and laboring and mothering parenting is very different than what the institution which is not human values right. They're not measuring it, so they don't see it if they're not measuring it in, there's no. Financial gain. Out of it. Why Invest Time and resources? The way we measure. What we measure. What we document what counts as data? It enrages me right because you can tell me. Somebody died in the process of childbirth or postpartum, and I can look at their blood values and their gases and they're. You know they're et's or EEG's. And you know you can look at all that stuff, but you don't know the story of the people that this is happening to i. want to know who was at the bedside with her. What was she telling you and she was being ignored maybe right like maybe she was telling you. I feel like I'm bleeding a little too much or I really have this pain in my leg when I walked to the bathroom. And where is not in the story, right? Where is that being documented? When do people's stories and people's experiences also become a form of credible? Clinical data. It's twenty twenty in. You're starting medical school or Midwifery School in and you're not being trained in those ideas. I would say the potential to perpetuate the harm is greater like year one semester one. You need to understand the history of medicine in this country, you need to understand the history of medical experimentation, but medical par tide of testing on the wounds of black women, if you cannot speak into that with a level of discomfort in a level of shame as an obstetrician or gynecologist, or midwife or nurse, then that raises some suspicions for me if if you don't have fundamental training, not just on disparities I don't need my students to rattle off that black women are three to four times more likely to die from childbirth complication. Because not you know some people call that sort of. The pornography and suffering right. I think that statistic has been used so much, but I want my students and the midwives I trained in the medical doctors that are trained to ask a deeper questions. They I want them to be asking. Why is this? What in the structures of care? What in the evaluations, new assessments of People's wellness and illness, what kind of racist ideologies we built into these things, and can we become a workforce in a profession that is wholeheartedly anti-racist. And to know that and to have the language around the and the understanding around that. And, in a full-on embrace of that I, think is fundamental to shifting. The trajectory of black people, black men, black parents in our country and That we need to build up our workforce also. Plaque care providers not is a no brainer in my mind I'm not black and Indian. But I can tell you the feeling I mean again is immeasurable. Right the the feeling of seeing someone like me sitting across from me or me taking care of a Bengali woman or an Indian woman. Just that you know I know black people talk about it to like. There's just an ease that you can't again measure, and so it's not valued enough because. You know, we're not empowered to say hey, this is important to me. Particularly, people of Color are not empowered to say you know what I. It's really important to me to have a provider that understands my heritage, my culture, my buddy, who's doing the research and funding? It is definitely a challenge. We could begin to close the gap in experiential data if there are more black and other medical professionals of color in all levels of the field. If they control the money, they could fund the studies. We need more of the outcomes of culturally specific studies, but allow for better insights. Better insights would create avenues better solutions. And black breathing parents would thrive versus falling through the data cracks, but there's definitely some really interesting ways of. Living including intersection -ality, and how research is designed and searches analyzed and. I think that that is really going to be. The new frontier of an and researchers who are black and other. Marshall is identity leading that research I. Think going to be key to how we ask those questions. What are the questions we ask? What are the methods we use? Who are who's WHO's at the decision? Making able about you know what's going to get funded and what's not going to get funded? And what are these ethical questions? Northern community partners and I think that is also one of the values of voice to mothers. It was a large community stakeholder group that came together to help design the study. I really deeply believe who's asking the questions and wounded. WHO's analyzing? WHO's funding it? All bears fruit in the kind of research that we can generate actually support people not support institutions or support funders or support. You know we have to shift. Who who pull this research is four after minister switching how we look at not acting. In two, thousand eighteen, a group of black women lead activists successfully lobbied the city of New York to remove the statute of James, Marion Sims. Unfortunately, it's not gone gone. It's now at his gravesite at a cemetery in Brooklyn. The shameful legacy he pioneered in obstetrics and gynecology isn't gone gone either. Dr Crew Perry in Dr Mimi are part of a growing community of scholars of color disrupting the status quo. They're doing trailblazing research and bringing historical accountability into medical teaching their work deserves to be widely recognized in. Hospitals and in related policy nationwide. The work offers a window into what patient and doctor relationships could look like we're all expecting. A new parent are valued and cared for in a way that makes them feel whole. It's a new vision of care that centers black parents at its very core the way we've been doing it. It's been the reverse. We've been so focused on systems of privilege and making things good for white women, only when it gets bad for white women. Then everyone's like Oh. My God this is really bad. You know instead saying we'll do if if everything we do. If the policies we make in the programs we're thinking about and the research were doing. If we're really center the most marginalized, they're. They're part of this process with us, and I'm really invested in looking in what is right and what is working and what makes people feel loved, and what makes people feel seen. And what makes people feel engaged because we also know that when a pregnant person when they've had a good printing experience, you've had a a a good berth. However, they could be as his Aaron birth for a Bachelor Bird. that. Parent, which is usually the mothering parent is the one who determines that families long term engagement with healthcare, so even that parent when they have a good experience, it trickles into their family system in. Could even trickle into their communities, and I think that's huge I think we have to think about. How? Parent or mother is really the decision maker for most not all for the health of her family, and the health of her community, and I think that's particularly true in the black community. To learn more about the history of obstetrics, gynecology and blackbirding in the United States head to natal stories dot com slash learn. Dale, you'll find links to studies by other amazing black women and FEM scholars. We love hearing from our listeners. Give us a call this week. We want to know what positive experiences have you had in hospitals with medical staff during your pregnancy and birth journey? Tell us about a time when you felt recognized in genuinely cared for what happened. And how did it make you feel in that moment? Leave us a voicemail at three, two, three, three, nine, three, zero, one, eight one. Your message might be featured in an upcoming episode. 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Drishti: Deep Learning for Manufacturing with Krish Chaudhury

Software Engineering Daily

59:04 min | 1 year ago

Drishti: Deep Learning for Manufacturing with Krish Chaudhury

"The three sixty is a company focused on improving manufacturing workflows using computer vision. A manufacturing environment consists of assembly lines, align is composed of sequential stations along that manufacturing line at each station in the assembly line, a worker performs operations on that item. That is being manufactured. This type of workflow is used for the manufacturing of cars, laptops, stereo equipment, and many other technology products withdrew STI the manufacturing process is augmented by adding a camera at each station camera footage is used to train a machine learning model for each station on the assembly line that machine learning models used to ensure the accuracy and performance of each task. That is being conducted on the assembly line, Chris childhood. He is the address Jackie from two thousand five to two thousand fifteen. He led image processing in computer vision projects at Google. Bill before he joined flip card where he worked on image. Science and deep learning for another four years Chris has spent more than twenty years working on image and vision related problems. In addition to his time or king on thrifty. In today's episode, Chris, and I discussed the science and application of computer vision as well as the future of manufacturing technology and the business strategy of three she for we get started a few updates from software engineering daily land pod sheets is our open source set of tools for managing podcasts and podcasts businesses with a new version of software daily our app and ad free subscription service were looking for help with Android engineering QA machine, learning and much more. The find collapse Hackworth on has ended and winners will probably be announced by the time. This episode airs, and we'll be announcing our next Hackworth on and a few weeks. So stay tuned. If you want updates on all of these various projects. In the software engineer daily world. 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Thanks, Jeff, describe a modern manufacturing environment, basically in a Morton manufacturing environment. The first thing I want to point out is that in this age of automation. Really speaking a surprising or sending of manufacturing is still human driven infect those locked off mechanized activity going on there and everything is streamlined. However, the human Dutch is not eliminated at our so porting spins there will be a sequence of stations. There is a line which comprises of a set of stations did may or may not be contrary moving from one station to. But basically there is always one unit. Afford that it's transmitted station after station to station. There is typically two to five six sometimes ten than his can defend the loud site number of stations on the line and the unit passes through all of them and images as a finished product of the other end. So however, quite a large number of cases that is a human being at every station who is or farming the works at that station. So this is in not show and just this is exactly what thirsty comes in. Because reading actually study the human being in this age of automation be actually making the human more competitive. If that makes sense a an inevitable on that as you are studying the human you need some method of collecting information on the processes that the humans are taking part in. How do you? Gather information about the manufacturing environment and its relation to the humans within it. Basically install video cameras on the factory float. So typically, there is one camera or station. I just described the relationship between line stations. So we install the video camera. One looking at individuals station. This cameras calling the video rights now the beam the video back to the district cloud vicious veer, our deep learning engine sits this deep learning engine. So the draw the basic data that is is basically reveal end it is gathered via basically off the shelf cameras. We don't need any special cameras even relatively cheap video cameras would the culling the data and somehow the data right now or deep learning engines. Ships in the cloud the days beamed back to the cloud. This is our near electoral slash deporting inches, basically that a brain of dish duty now walks on these videos described the state of computer vision for video how sophisticated is it. It is beginning to get a lot of attention in recent times. However, the state of the art is much less sophisticated compared to sing static image processing object recognition in many senses, scarves problem. Not so video interpretation, and in particular, what one of the fairly completed thinks we do is cook mazing the action what the human being is doing in the video. This is quite far from song. Why is video interpretation? So hard the several reasons the fourth reason is that it is inherently more complex information. So a tactic image has only two dimensions and video is three dimensional. So the temporal dimension his time this third dimension. So everything has to be interpreted in in the three dimensional space. So that is the number one complication, so for example, there is this famous problem of in a if you're trying to in a static image. If you see for some grabbing a doorknob is the person opening the door closing the door in on the doors. Let's say in some middle state now you can actually determine that from video you cannot make that call based on a single static image video has. Temporal information, which gives a lock of more possibilities, but also make so in some sense. It is giving you more information if you can process, it, you will derive more wisdom from the radio on the other hand just in a making sense of it is inherited K harder. If you have video feeds throughout your manufacturing environment. What do you need to derive from those video feeds in order to give meaningful enough information to make those workers on the factory floor or the manufacturing floor. More productive redo, Dave a few different kinds of information. The one that may be slated a not necessarily in this order but start with actions. So from the video V recognize the actions being performed by their worker at the station. That is number one. Now, actions are not arbitrary. We know really have predefined set of actions that the relevant to that particular factory or client, and we recognize vich one or more of those following actions are being performed this helps in the following wrist number one begin Emmett indictment warnings. Missteps remember said that we are making the human more competitive in the face of automation. So the pretended automotive factory a human workers working the EMMY the warning lake. Hey body for what to tighten that not over there. Imagine if this warning is EMMY did right after the fact, it's almost trivial to reach Beckmann biking, but not on the other hand. If this automobile with the untitled goes out into into the world in the farther from the point of footage in the mistake, the higher the cost is going to be if it goes on all the way out on the streets. The Costas any could even be human life. So in missed step identification is one of the possibilities than the also detect wrote is basically known as cycle that district say, you know, in a factory you'll essentially do the same thing over and over again. So we measured the Daration of each of these things and backed from Redfin. Endured a lot of analytics which allows the planners to make calls like in the Martin Nick how to speed up a certain line wise this lane. Slower than line that sort of questions can be answered. And finally, we also provide the suchlike facility. So you can say show me those radio rare so-and-so action was being performed our show me the video from seventy July eighteen I believe that the hierarchy that you've laid out here is there's a manufacturing line at on the on that line. There are stations and at each of those stations there is a number of actions that takes place is is that a correct interpretation of what you've said. Yes. So there we missed a fixed set of actions or station. Okay. Now, you can have the people within that manufacturing environment. Specify the steps of the actions that they are taking they could associate those steps with videos of themselves. Performing those steps correctly. That sounds like a complex, but feasible training process. Can you describe to me the process of training a model for a given action? So essentially employees are super I models. So we have human beings who watched the video and identify that vich one of the predefined set of actions that they're import funding the review end win label the each individual frame of the video accordingly of incident. Don't go frame by frame be. In house developed special actually make it a lot faster. But ultimately at the end of the day, this produce is a labored video rich is fed into the into our neural networks, we have our property models. And in these two extremely wrote through mind knowledge, they beat the state of the art in both. So these appropriately have legs for so these noodle neutral than they can the training data in the model exchan- and than in a standard machine. Learning residents in just deployed out in the white, and it starts organising. It starts on recognizing actions that it has not seen before actions expects to know them. However it walks on Neo videos. Anyhow. Consistent is it from manufacturing environment to manufacturing environment. So if I'm screwing in a bolt on a tire, for example, not a tire a car vs. Screwing in a bolt on a tank is that labeled video stream is it going to be the the same in both of those applications or do you have to create separate models for tank bolts versus car bulls. No, it's not that find green, however, Rian not a health a single mortar that ended the woods somewhere in the middle. In other words, several quite often factories belonging to the same industry. Can we clump together the needle is somewhere in the middle? It's not one mortar for everything, but it's not a separate individual modern for every small task take me through. Steps of a dirig- integration with a manufacturing environment is is fairly complex process, which is not just the artificial intelligence because there are plenty of other things at play here. Right. So re the initial interaction is our astore success folks meets the client in kind of learns walked learn civil factory worker. The whatever the actions to be that are relevant to them. What actions they want us to understand what the infect the even before that they have to identify walked up the some of the initial stations that we should work on, and it may be the whole factory or in some cases. It's a subset of the lines or stations on which the exists and then candidate. Tradition would happen. And then there is a little bit of data collection camera installation is followed by data election. We just call it the review we don't do any analysis on them. N the then our in house leaving sits with customer success. And the also learn how to label them enemy have very frost turnaround. So the data exclave and then engineers v hevea small Bank of models. This is the point of declining engineer invert the determining engineer identify, which one from our Bank of mortals is most relevant to this particular scenario and will start training the model in extreme cases. The decision might be through this. We need a new model architecture. None of the existing ones fit. Would the attractive meaningless as obviously we don't want to many more modest manage in. So then we train the noodle metrics on that particular scenario, followed by deployment so end. Then a obviously there is a little bit of work in the cloud and other set of activities that has to follow almost everything the customer would have a certain in idea restrictions will be have to comply with those also sometimes the customer has privacy distributions v on those as well. And they have to make sure that our video process that estimates fire will end. Reaches cloud envy. Ensure end to end encryption its way totem safe with us. There is no way anybody, Steve even if the Nissen onto video of the able to make sense of it. As a software engineer chances are you've crossed paths with mongo DB at some point. 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Thank you to mongo DB for being a sponsor. you mentioned this this point in the process where a deep learning engineer is assessing the application type and the training set and trying to find which model that you have built within drift. He would be a good fit for this application. Can you tell me more about how you pair models to give an applications? It is mostly Fisher inundating, if a human being pinks the situation in which this model was trained that setting is very similar to the problem at hand. Then if human being finds them visually similar the mission will also find your similar because it's all computer vision as it is if it looks. Similar it's going to work. So it's mostly a matter of racially identifying the closest setting under which that model was trained. Do you? Use the cloud only for the training process or do you also use it for inference? So we are flexible re good goal eatery right now, predominantly cloud is used for both. However, there is nothing inherently restrictive in the technology to finesse one way or other. So it's not so latency sensitive in most applications that you would need to put the models in the manufacturing environment. That is correct. Real open to that. However, dead opens up a fairly complex maintenance problem attend think about it if diplo the model. On the edge. Then v have to heaven army of people because thanks breakdown rate. Physical hardware briggstone, and we would probably have to maintain our meal people who just are ready to help on the planet. If the motive Brixton customers losing data, which is unacceptable. So that way from a menace point of view, cloud makes more sense for a startup in data engineering infrastructure, like this you need probably accusing system a machine learning framework a set of streaming systems that you're using can you tell me about some of the infrastructure choices you've made forsling infrastructure choices in declining that has been devoting time. Remmy started rely mostly on. FA Betty's nece offend informed choice Abend for suffer. Benza flow was. In its infancy that on when we started. And I personally was much more familiar with arming the rule. So our first models based on half eight. Since then we have made a journey from caffeine Denso's slow in the latest ones. Some of them are in a torch. We still have a makes a of. Mixed Eddie of mortals, infect are one of the slinky curious things that none of us understand executive sometimes the same Morton architecture flow seems to be a few percentage points less accurate compared to the corresponding gaffer model and since accuracy is golden in those cases certain maintenance costs we have chosen to keep the cafe models alive. So that is one set of choices via certainly slowly moving everything through the flow of environment. Though. I have heard this issue that may not issue, but tensor flow is not necessarily the most performance machine learning framework. But it probably has the best documentation, it has the best ecosystem around it it. Has maybe I don't know. Maybe the the best tutorials. What are the reasons to migrate to tensor flow? If not performance. No, it's not really performance maintainability religious one import countries in and. Certain other reasons such as. Much easier to maintain a multi chip you model on tencent flow. They're just more defined Apias. It's much easier to take advantage of byu Morton's contents. That infect has created that edition changing the model is much easier. Bitches to say, it's interface with Biden is a lot more ready find as let's say one chine several audience of the architecture. It's much easier to do that intensive look to cafe for instance. You used a word maintainability, what does maintainability mean with regards to machine learning models? Rain Tena could mean. Ammon them. So he if going forward sometimes for timepieces might model there is certain change in the entitlement with Richmond model is not working very, well, I need to do either incremental training or a want to retrain in also I find bugs bugs just happen rid thinks that don't work, according to plan, I'm hesitant to use bug in this connection because this is not a program where. However mission anyone's different my model was not the is not properly designed to something changing anything is a lot easier. This is what I meant wait maintainability in changing, the architecture of the more model definition slightly as as necessary to tackle unforeseen problem with the cube flow project. We've seen a vision for tensor flow, getting better, perhaps continuous delivery. Maybe things that look like to continuous delivery as apply to machine learning perhaps audit trails. Yeah. That's. I should mention. So that logging is immensely better. So if you dismissing his they're out in the world, and it made some mistakes when I wasn't even a reckless. I need to go back and it's much easier to hoc up. Instrument for logging than fluids better that to you spent almost ten years at Google you were also at flipped cart for three and a half years. And now you've started your own company. There is a term Google infrastructure for everyone. So now that you've seen a few companies since Google do we have Google infrastructure for everyone. No, I still miss the interest. For what for what reasons previously? And so on this cly in. Google I mostly preventing seekers pretty much evidence. This maniam those things can only be done in by tunnel cannot redone. So just. Whiten map MetroNews is very much slower so performances one issue there libraries for pregnant everything could want to incite over here. You have mix 'n match. What if you so those set of libraries something as simple as a want to create a website with jots their house, libraries during much of them will open sourcing, slowly, but not everything. And sometimes the version said on the bec- ahead. What are the big unsolved problems in computer vision for video that are relevant bottle next to some fundamental things? You would like to do in improving the manufacturing line, you're specifically talking manufacturing may generally divisional videos. Let's take let's take it as as the second one more general problems in computer vision for video would see the biggest tainted the dictionary wanted is did videoing in front of each one offers rate, we make sense of the one single machine that nature has given us quarter, human brain. Don't have a special video for interbreeding works happening on a automobile manufacturer versus what's happening on a sports Ellen. No, it is one symbol machine. That is taking care of it on rate interbreeding on civil videos that can return at us. We pretty far from the train of video through for listen surveillance that same view probably wouldn't work the same model for on manufacturing floor. So this generalization of models is a big wear. We should be annoyed close to the human brain. Either. Is it important at all to be able to stitch together different videos to structure. On. Let's say we have we have two different videos in different areas of an environment. Do we need to be able to stitch together those different videos to do anything? Or can we just use the independent videos to get a independently get a macro view of what is going on in a given environment. Interesting christian. So as humans redo it all the time rate, meaning read if I am looking outside the moment. Emceeing, actually, I'm seeing a boat moving across on the Walker now, I turn around a C or some walking past my I m able to seamlessly continue painted everything normal video machine learning models would not be a do this usually will most likely have to essentially harking back generalization debate. A few minutes ago, you would need to actually switch models in diligently. You have to know up front. The mortar was supposed to natural scenes are some water scene and the other viewers simple other. Model supposed to recognize human activity in future one envy, shin situation, the model trains on stitched radios and learns rent to switch the mode of interpretation in human vision. We we're doing this constantly in real time. We have to is an are is acting individually are able to give us a single field of vision to what extent do you take inspiration from the human biological system for processing vision? So that or TQ Latina scored studio vision remembered that our two is taking do sets of images, but inside the brain dead combined into a single image. This is what the studio system there are argon 'isms, which don't do that. I tank frogs and toads have attracted remember long forgotten bemidji lessons. I think they don't have to use patrician humans in high mammals have this. So there is basically our brain a single video. It's not like videos don't coexist in our Bendik fused into video in some sense. The collection of the data Mamie Steve will be, but ultimately you're trying to the human brain is going to which is to force the image from action level venit reaches the human brain. It is already a single radio stream. And that is what we are trying to mimic a company division. So don't specifically much much studio vision there are systems that worked with that. But we are not one of those. I took a biology class. Time where we're vision was discussed a bit and the way in which you're I and your brain process image imagery, and and turn that into meaning was was really complicated and very hard for me to fully understand even to the extent that that we as scientists actually understand it is it going to be important for us to actually figure that out into end in order to get a human quality interpret ability, or do you think we can take a different path in all on subjective? I completely agree. Completely agree. We'll we'll return to to to more applied areas shortly. I just wanted to get your take on this. We have to give you my I earnestly don't believe there is in the do Mendon fidelity human visual system, the Dixon interdictions. It's. Not even very clear. I'm not fully convinced the modern deploying systems, exactly mimic the human brain. We have found a sudden nobody knows what's expected happening in human behavior. Soden guests, in fact, the laid back propagation is it a battle in the human Rin. I don't know at least so might let's start over index on that. Instead work Vokes is the best rated will. All right. I'm with you. We have kind of glossed over what Drishti actually does to improve the workers experience. We we gave the example of something moving down simply line and worker tightens a screw and the thing that they're tightening. The screw on moves further down the assembly line. In dressy alerts the user that oh, you know, you probably should have tightened that a little bit more. What are some other ways that your technology improves, the modern many? Facturing wine. So we also take very detailed time in motion study late analytics rate, so read no home on the cycle lasted whole long each action. What is the duration of each action? So we can generate various analytics on these things which in turn enamels the factory to basically identify bottlenecks. I'll give you a simple example. If he no let's say. Their ten actions to or funds distributed in fife Pless fighting into stations now on these actions are not equal as this isn't a similar nine. Now, let's say the second station has disproportionately heavy actions. What will happen is the frustration would finish? And the second station would not be finished. So basically, they would be accumulation in between these two stations in this classically known as unbalanced line. What that would do? The end deadline moves at the rate of this Louis station on the line. Consequently unbalanced line is making the enter line slow. Now, it is the right corrective action would we do move one of the one or more of the actions. So redistribute the actions league. Can help with our technology. We can help actually do that rebalancing anomaly the CEO in one of your co founders Prasada Kella, he built the world's first collaborative. Robots? You have a background in computer vision described the division of labor between you and Prasada. So I feel this is one of the reason this is a very open or on the nation. Prasada is the expert memento facturing, I understand on the other hand artificial intelligence videos in this is way. Our combination is for for we this not it's free hard refined of these stints in the same person. Even appeared of people there is much easier to find. Apart from the chemistry between us everything. Basically. He he is the voice of manufacturing. He understands client. And he interprets the business problems. My role is to convert them to bites the mic sense, basic obesity, take the probably not fully specified or very loosely specified business definition from there to all the way to the bites. I. On my team. Everybody all the engineering the v very talented team here. So this whole team together be converted to bites the business vision comes from largely from seven his company for the management team. Digital ocean is a reliable easy to use cloud provider. I've used digital ocean for years whenever I want to get an application off the ground quickly. And I've always loved the focus on user experience, the great documentation and the simple user interface. More and more people are finding out about digital ocean and realizing that digital ocean is perfect for their application workloads. 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Offering identity completely believe you, and I sympathize with that identity are the areas of the code code or areas of the problem, the you actually feel you understand so much better than than anyone else that that it is actually you are like a critical critical piece of of the programming team. Or or is it is it more like a theoretical understanding that you have in that you're you're critic role at this point, tink. It's closer to the latter. In other words, it's not one hundred on either. Cam it start a hundred percent. The either end of the spectrum would be closed so improved. You once in every eroded rinse storming the? Also every pretty much most awarded. Model are dictator even database architecture would be involved in the brainstorming discussions giving dishes. Not all of them are correct. Some of them are still stupid, but a dull giveaway opening things end. So that is one way tinker shaped and the other. So essentially, that's one thing in the other is prioritization, sometimes I tried to see the abstractions among so, you know, if you build a ability be separately, they would free to things, but I would build C which fifteen. With little modification could serve both as a N B that sort of obstruction on the on tribute. How far are we from a robot that can sweep the floor? You know about rumor rate hike. Do I am actually actually I'm considering buying one right now like maybe you can advise me on that purchasing decision. And so on. Menus ago. New to hose into something. I don't remember the exact date. I was so excited. I didn't really need. Several hundred dollar broom. Are just like a feel this sort of thing needs to supported. I just many years of ended work for me. It's something stuck under the bed. But it worked for me. It was even smart enough to not fall down the staircase. The vienna. That far from that raters for practical purposes, it works and I have heard recent versions even better much better. Actually, I only have experimented with the twenty old for maybe fifteen or version at will end as you're watching at operate. Could you see kind of the state of machine learning in in any of its actions? Did you see any ways in which you know, it was unable to solve problems? It should have been able to solve. So I haven't used the latest Russians infect am not very short. How much machine learning was in the so I wouldn't be able to amend very coherent. Young roomba. Are However, I don't. Say might if somebody's out creativity. Nice smart floor sweeper should be possible. You should be pretty closed able to build something close to idea. Just flow sweeper. Remember, we tracked with general addition metal but flow sitting treatment able now if you'll also won this thing to pick up unwanted objects from the floor making Schori does not trash dollar bills. Trashes trash favor that becomes a harder problem netted this another question may not have any insight into an if you if you wanna pass on at you totally can do you have any perspective for how long it will be till we have like a like a flying version of that like a drone that would fly around your house kind of vacuum things up. Maybe it's got like a voice assistant or do even want flying drones in our house. Why not a took the second vision for to sing these you. I am not one of those people who feel threatened by technology. You know, just because something is pretty different from existing experience doesn't make it necessarily bad. So Ryan drums fall in that category rate. They are going to offend my sense of stability in some sense. However that is not necessarily a bed thing. Now, I can imagine a vision in which beyond just making the human on the production line. More productive. You start to make robots that work in collaboration with the humans in and make humans even more productive or or create new new manufacturing roles altogether or just eliminate manufacturing roles that are that are dangerous and end, you know, only capable of being done by somebody who could just as easily do something else. You wouldn't be subtracting from the labor force. I can imagine obviously a path to building robotics. Win. Will you know that you have kind of enough of a enough of a company enough of a set of things that you're doing that you can comfortably start to move into building robots boy, that's pretty hard cushion. It's not in any of us to me, the run to totally graduating to change into making rewards right now, you're betting the human beings are very important to the manufacturing process envy. Like, you said are focusing on making the human more competitive, and they on his believe the is going to like that for sometime to. I'm not really sure if have cleared to totally bring into autonation anything in foreseeable future. Tell me a little bit more about the low hanging fruit applications that you would like to to be able to improve in in the manufacturing environment. What do you think is is kind of like up next in store multiple? So essentially, giant kicked. Is going to blow as a plan like every manufacturing floor has been. I went to produce this many units today are in the next one week in in assists. If the if kinks promising according to plan that is one of India to double cliff in or videos comparison, one in manufacturing is all about experimenting week good make those expedition easier, if you aren't working on Driss, gee, what company would you start? So one of the things I did consider rules. Photo automated attrition agents for enhancement work. So in other words, unlock more automated. So. You may see this in my work. So. Foregoes in the background improve your forgoing various ways, no one could go farther along those dimensions. So one of the things they actually did for was authentic deficient. Seaman hands are the business. See my hands when Horner taking the forgo certain bidding, or whatever if your camera is not exactly head in a right frontal battle position, the parallel lines in the scene will actually become nonfederal. This is something we often see the building seems to the sites of the billions to meet at the top. Now, it is mathematically similar to fix this problem. This is just an example, but didn't affair DMV's euchre enhancer for in many books for the for the on symbol. Mitch doesn't even need a whole lot of interactions for the us. This is king. Contemplated for this team. If you were talking to policymakers, and you're free to pass on this question. Also, if you're talking to policymakers, what advice would you give to them about regulating facial recognition this audible? Participant bonus. I in general dent towards less regulation. This honestly speaking if there is a lot of information in the public domain available your faces orderly in some sense, the look of of big property concede. So if. As lupita up in Google or additional harming mind doing not one hundred percent. There is a certain disturbing feeding, but I believe we should not need. Fed on all such. All such efforts. Instead more careful case-by-case evaluation has necessary. So for example, there is need for. But you in a big space, for instance, it may be best to leave. Jinx unregulated that were one to I actually have not taught very seriously about this to me. It seems that excessive regulation in anticipation, sometimes more harm than anything else would also favor genetic research as opposed to down on it for similar reasons know, we're up against time. Just a couple more questions manufacturing is one of the first areas where we have seen true adoption of augmented reality. I don't know to what extent, but I've seen some really compelling applications of augmented reality. Do you have a vision for how augmented reality fits into your strategy and your vision for drift dressy by the means vision? Outs. Excretory means vision. It seems somewhat relevant of his. Okay. Hilarious. All eighty is very far from practical still is my view I have seen. So we'll glass in. It was a fantastic out of the work -nology eight. Go any primarily because a sort of comfortable experience, you know, first of looking to the on a few is that? It gives evening factories are often seen diverse people. Dig those things off afterward seeing it's headaches the basic technologies known of even shooting me completely fishing base. Like dead. This technology will go through several more ignitions before it becomes a reality. It does a lot of very would things but venit becomes I'm stroke point. Almost don't know. It's there that is useful rate real far away from their last question a very open ended. I realize how else will society change due to computer vision that you believe is is perhaps notable or underrated me. Me. Locked of Bruce Lynn healthcare is wanting like to see for certain so society would change. So for example, I was thinking about this. If you white. A white vid. Artificial. It would become a lot more easy to analyze say marine scans and stuff in that should reduce human way of Frittis significant margin. That is wanted by the issue of said this many as if not district would you have done this. Contacted that any. So so much Lord hanging in the long run you heaven utopian vision of a war, which is run mostly grade awards. So the human beings mostly on the beach having. That is acting utopian vision rate a meeting I am of the downsides to that. What's? That's not a bad dream to Chris chat. Hurry. Thank you for coming on the show. It's been really fun talking to you same shift. 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Day 67: New Brace

What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

06:49 min | 5 months ago

Day 67: New Brace

"The what's the Mather podcast with up? My Name Is John. Forty one years old and I have been masks that I'm a father. Small business sooner radio DJ broadcaster I have Multiple Sclerosis. Or May this podcast to share. We're going through. What's the matter with me? Podcast sponsored by hopping hot sauce. The best sauce world been hot sauce. It's the best pod saw. It knows there were right. Hopping hot sauce best in the world surfing on over to hop in hot sauce and DOT COM. I think we're all going through the same thing right now. Thank you for tuning in. I just came out here in the garden hanging out playing to beautiful. Just cut back. There's a plant underneath my apple tree. I don't know what kind the is. But the grows these blossoms in the early spring beget coming. Brown around this time so I just went back there and cut them all back and I have the new brace. It's the opposite from my old breaks. My old could kind of mean forward and had this like Sheen Guard. Mickey kind of lean on but a would put a lot of pressure on the top of my foot so I'd be leaning forward on the Shin Guard but at the same time as much as I mean forward me. We've do this point in. There was carbon fibre on bone in. Were just press him. After some years they made a big callous and so we started looking at new ways. And then we've talked in my my episode earlier in the season new brakes. So what is it's Day? Sixty six or sixty seven right now and I had to pick up the briefs. I was like I've been high being in my house for a long time but I need this new breaks my old breeze with cracking in the past the life cycle so I went and picked up this breaks. Of course my first time leaving the house in weeks seem weeks in two months really Of course I forgot my mask so luckily with at orthotics place clinic in May have amassed the could borrow and they were all wearing masks. Same name was totally weird freaky but it was cool cool. I saw my favorite practitioner. Who's disabled lake? I by seeing her in hearing her thoughts. She really helped me with this. Brace so the way it works. Is that the briefs goes up the back of my bay any kind of May Have the higher thing in the. He'll it's Kinda like wearing high heels where puts me forward? Emeka so I can't lock Mamie backwards. And that's what was going on in the old brakes locking me. And this is keeping my knee forward and it to be honest It's difficult to move around but there's no pain from that pressure and I will take the trade off because the pain was so intense and uh my my work in the garden I didn't fall. It kept me forward the fact that I had to lock my lay. Lock my me in High Thin. Immediate hard gopher crouching position to standing position. So this is kind of still got a difficulty for sure but it doesn't hurt as bad doesn't hurt really at all so you know. I just started be though I've got a knock all gone way the about that doesn't hurt now and I'm really thankful for that. Thank well about the worth petition. Put so much thought into it. She came up with a really interesting design. Artistic Value Reading and the main thing is I wanNA roll my ankle and sprained my ankle in fault for having done those. So testing is going okay. I'm in the house. I left the house. I have a doctor's appointment. I came right back so things are like still weird things. Stick the Carina virus self nation. It's going email so I wanna give a shout that would be big you for listening. Thanks always serve Rocky Patrie and God for listening to the. What's the matter with the podcast? You'd get find on apple podcasts. What's with me dot? Org All right man peace and thank you for listening to the sixty seven self accidentally sheen new brakes. So I'll tell more about it. Lots of love to you guys. I just wanted to check in and say words Thank you for listening to the. What's the matter podcast?

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Dropbox drops mobile cross platform C++

Inside iOS Dev

22:13 min | 1 year ago

Dropbox drops mobile cross platform C++

"Hey guys andrew here just kind of making a call out here for anyone who would like to help out and volunteer to help us at the shows. That would be really great. <hes> it's just <hes> we're having trouble keeping up on top of scheduling and so having a little bit help. Having a little bit of help would be fantastic if you're not one hundred percent sure if you can really help or not. Why don't you just go ahead and drop an email. Hello at inside iowa deb dot com and see how you can help in any way <hes> we'd really appreciate it it and look forward to hearing from you. Thanks guys bye. Hello you're listening to inside iowa steph a show about grow what i was development here with your hosts andrew roane and alex bush and today we're gonna talk about a juicy spicy news drop recently dropbox and they're cross platform c. plus plus implementation <hes> shared <hes> for their mobile clients <hes> they have famously famously implemented that and and in this blog post that they've just released <hes> they say it was a failure so to speak mamie not those exact words but didn't didn't work out and now they're kind of unwinding that and trying to get out of this c. plus plus cross platform implementation so oh we find this very interesting. We hope we can <hes> do an audio interview <hes> do we hope we can do an interview with them. <hes> but right now mean alex just wanted to chat about this privately alex. Take it away <hes> yeah. It was actually in the waste surprising. I mean we're andrew. You and i were not against cross platform code and sharing code right per se but we at least i personally against like ron way of doing headline act native right where you share you. I lodge a u._i. Implementation things by that but in general we kind of an accord agree that if you find a way to share business logic between android deny us and you know in some language ron's on both sides. Let's say kopplin clean nature for something like that or maybe people spas that's typically runs everywhere and in theory that should work right and i experienced it's myself where language matters and site share codeshare ability was done but using javascript and that <hes> <hes> didn't work and it seems like they're kind of similar parallels here so the article is by <hes> at enough pronounce his name right a. Y'all goodman good good so he basically says that dropbox implemented while shared business logic between <hes> i._o._s. And i android in civilised plus <hes> building i guess shared libraries and that didn't work because of too many overheads integration overheads overheads related to it and that's surprising because again we thought that something like that should actually the work was i said i replied tweet you when you shared this tweet and i think you proclaimed i told us platform never works <hes> which i replied you know. I was quietly rooting for this to you work because i was thinking this was the way or not the way but a way that would work because it u._c. Plus plus because it so platform platform independent and it's so close to the metal but i guess what i had not taken into account and this is a lot of what they <hes> mentioned that was problematic was says the lack of tooling and support for this language that is very different than <hes> a lot of the more modern in languages that were used to and the tools were used to in the mobile world so it seemed to be that that was the main cause of this <hes> and and i i still am sort of holding out on thinking well maybe c. Plus plus was the problem <hes> maybe perhaps if it was written written in something like swift or kotlin that this could still work out so i am not personally one hundred percent convinced that this this is not a possibility <hes> but i do know historically <hes> there's been many accounts i think many of them infamous miss accounts of trying to do this cross platform thing and it just never seems to work out <hes> and so i know history is against me here but i i was reading the draw blocks <hes> blogging. Actually i'll read the different reasons or did you want to say something i i was gonna say they got like three. Eh big categories for reasons. Why didn't workout for them. Won over yeah. I'll just briefly go one. The overhead of custom frameworks and libraries <hes> and other ones overhead of custom development environment and the third one is overhead ahead of addressing differences between the platforms our trainer developers right which isn't so much a technical issue but actually it consideration okay so here is why i like not one hundred percent convinced that <hes> and this is not a castle in the sky thing i think with this okay so <hes> i believe you had mentioned it in previous episode road of inside iowa's deb talking about working with react <hes> native and the problems with java script and you kind of describe a lot of the issues they describe in this blog post specifically specifically it was <hes> javascript shared business logic sheriff through jealous between <hes> i._o._s. and android so we it was not react native and yes a lot of similarities but okay so so so think thanks for that clarification so basically here's the thing though a lot out of the complaints who gave were basically it was like the language was to diff diff differentiated from the main languages and then also the tooling being in support and so here with them. It's sort of the same thing so here we can go <hes> so they said they had to address the platform differences and they said said here really it seems that this was a reason <hes> this was because with c. plus plus. You can't really right <hes> you you have to integrate these differences using c. plus plus and often that ended up with like you're basically rerun like you're basically writing. Custom code probably twice so it sort of takes away the benefit because credit in the native language in the first first place right now and that quotas already written for both platforms like threading code for example right or or parsing jason and d._c. Realising it both platforms already <unk> have libraries and facilities for that but for them they had to redo that in their commonly shared su- plus plus <hes> frameworks right and so here in another point is the overhead of a custom development environment where they talk about the mobile <hes> i._d.'s. This are very rich and they give you a lot of resources. Debugging is more harder because you don't have the tools and things like this and then the third code related one is that you can't can't use custom <hes> sorry the third code related one is that you have to write custom frameworks and libraries rather than depending on the existing ones now i was thinking king of all three all three of these code related ones and i think so the let's say the overhead of custom frameworks and libraries. Let's say you can use kotlin will then now you can leverage out so let's just say that point goes away and then the overhead of a custom development environment <hes>. Let's say you use call again. You can use the i._d. And the tolls goals for katelyn and then thirdly this difference between platforms hundred percent honestly ashore on this but we could say that at the very least i if you write and katelyn i would imagine at least for the android platform that codes done. You may still have to write glue code for your i._r._s. That's our other implementations but you're still in a position where you had to have written those anyways so you're not actually at a loss. You're just sort of came. <hes> you coming out like even there so a two of the three effectively would go away one of them you would come out evens no loss or no benefit it really <hes> and then the overhead the the final point which is sort of non code related <hes> is the overhead of the training and the hiring of retaining of developers think them writing <hes> kotlin code would be fine and specifically if you sort of targeted android engineers. I'm sure there would be more than unhappy to invest their skill set in that language so i am not one hundred percent convinced. I think maybe it was c. Plus plus because it reminds me so much of when you talked about in the last episode about the problems of java script yeah that's true. That's sort of my gut feel as well. I would love to test it somehow in real world or maybe as other some other company will eventually come out with an article finally saying yes at worked with kotlin or something but yeah yeah i i can see that it's <hes> you know as we know every what five years the number of developers doubles right so we have a lot of junior deaths <hes> the people were well less than five years of experience which means not a lot of <hes> developer out their mobile developers. Actually no c-plus plus blossoms such a low level language and low level tooling comes with it which means it's hard to hire for people with that skill set right. It is so hard to retain them. It's hard to hire some iowa's dev or android devon. Ask them to work on c. Plus boss right. That's not <hes> a useful skill in any other company right most of the other companies for them rule over development in particular. Yes yeah if they stick in with career path so oh that's not really advancing them as well so it's hard to convince them to do so right so in that regard yeah it seems like it's c-plus boss <hes> and another big sort of code related technically technical technical thing that they struggle with threading right right a lot of boggs and difficulties integrating that same thing as you mentioned likely something like coddling would help with it hopefully at least with mine. They're standing how the way coupling native runs on iowa's <hes> it should be fine but yeah ah i can see that like i'm i guess dan of the day i i was not sort of cheating for that to happen. If that makes accents i'm more of a cheering for react native like airbnb shutting down react native such things like that so you don't share for winners you cheer for people for the things to lose kind of the dead weight. Okay go ahead but this one. I was surprised that makes sense bounce. I was did not expect that <hes> you know for them to kinda start to reverse it and a halt yeah and the thing that i think is really so striking for me is that this is dropbox. This is a very famous company. I'm sure they can hire very qualified intelligent people so so it seems if anyone is equipped to do it <hes> that they would be one of the few companies who could sort of be the leader on this so that's something that's sort of a big loss <hes> and so that really makes me <hes> makes me think <hes> ma- it gives me more sort of evidence that like <hes> well if they couldn't do it what what makes other people think that they could not saying they couldn't but it's like you know given their resources <hes> in terms of talent and like money in these things you would think that they would be one of the ones to be able to pull it off and so yeah so so so far seems legged evidence kind of starting to pile up in terms of yeah. Don't know react nate if no coaching just write it twice. It's fine you know you either rather than parallel bill twice or you're right. You're iowa's first and then writing androids easier because that's you just copy right but we isn't this. What's the whole point of java volvo by the way was write once run everywhere. That's the whole portability arguments within the java runtime what kind signed an it lives up to its promise within the java virtual machine or runtime environments right but not not every environment ron's joe so that that's the issue an apple in particular i would assume yeah like apple has v._m. Whatever compiler thing and <hes> no you can't write <hes> there is an overhead to virtue of gela virtual machine as well well right. It's a virtual machines. Performance is not as good. That's why in the first place as far as i know apple chose objective see something closer. It's a metal that makes sense yeah but that was a different time. I feel like a mobile. Devices are insanely powerful relative to that time <hes>. I wonder how something like java would do these days. Although you know they did choose swift which is very performance focused right so what what all of this tells me now and again. I'm really like three the ash precedence like so public precedents. One is just in general like old fallen gap ish web solutions just kind of died out as much as as far as i know they're not you know market share reducing every year. Now airbnb airbnb came out. What was it last year or this year with a you know there's them. Sunsetting react native now dropbox with a surplus blas sunset <unk> sharing co-chairing so essentially i'm and my personal experience right <hes> what what you mentioned mentioned <hes> i was. I was working at delta and what they have. <hes> was jealous grew code-sharing same thing to me all it kind of adds to a conclusion. I'm kind of coming to which is yeah again. Just write it twice. Don't fight it. Maybe that's actually was is one of their conclusions. They said it would have been better to just write it twice then the effort of trying to unify them and doing all the glue and all this stuff maybe one thing i would argue though maybe you should write a twice yes but maybe have a commonly shared architecture though that would help you tremendously that that is what hoover had with the ribs pretty much eat. I'm still like i'm still holding out. I think it's possible and and i think because because it is in principle possible like if like i'm talking like if you kind of break down to something like turing machine right like there is it's a set of instructions elections right and like takeaway language and like all this. You're just looking at the pure logic of it you might i would say business misogynists more like more like this kind of what i'm describing. It's a set of instructions and your sort of declaring these are the instructions and this is the logic and as long as that logic is valid internally consistent and all this stuff which is a whole other issue on its own then yuna sort of turing <hes> turing machine sort of way. It should work and the reason why i say i think this could were you should be on the business. Logic is because precisely because of this sort of like where i sort of i sort of drain. All the i'm trying to take just is the pure logic and drain all this sort of exterior sort of like the decoration away and be like what is this thing in almost a turing machine way and that business this logic for the most part she could be that so you should be able to get reused now the you why that is going to be platform specific always i think it will always be. We're never going to have one you. I look even if they're super similar <hes>. They're always going to look a little different. That's just how it's going to be their competitors right and so you can't so you can apply this same sort of <hes>. I guess calculus that i'm applying in sort of this. Let's just look at the raw materials the raw logic and <hes> look look at the in that way. It's not going to play out that way because they're they're just fundamentally different so this is why always thought okay we will then the u._i. This piece and the routing outing in this store navigation that sort of stuff that will be different. That's fine. We accepted but this other stuff here is <hes> is going to be the same so in your twitter app for for example when you like a tweet <hes> model object <hes> that will let's say it's a boy i don't know account. Let's say a number you increment by by one. It doesn't matter whether you write that in assembly or java script or go or like objective c that business logic is same your yourse- i saying this pure instruction is like i have a counter increment by one that's that's precisely the same and so my intuition has always been then it's possible on sort of logical sense and i guess the detail is in the doubles where the actual implementation though is you have this sort of i guess i think it's like impeded impedance mismatch or just sort of mismatch in general of the languages and the tools sort of not playing along together well because they're they work differently only but that's sort of implementation details problems with the current development ecosystem we have its not per se a problem with the logic itself and and and sort of this sort of pure pristine platonic way of looking at the logic and the instruction set it should work but we just don't have the tools and technology and there's a lot of let's say <hes> political sort of corporate interest in not having them work for example. Why does jovan everywhere except for apple will apple doesn't necessarily have an interest in having java run on their platform because it's has a lot of competitive technologies and <hes> so they they're not going to invest their time or money into that because what would they gain really so. There's no sort of politics or like the real world when things play out in the rubber meets the road there like we have competing interests in. They're not going to meet at a summit every year and be like let's figure out it helps. Make all are abstractions matchup know everyone's going their own way and looking out for their own interests not saying that's bad that's just how it is <hes> and so what happens is you have these mismatches that naturally happened and so that's kind of how the super but that's that's sort of the like the the <unk> does like really really just like try to get to the essence of the problem so yeah guys <hes> basically basically if you're another big organization and you wanna give it a shot well. Maybe not don't use plus plus. Try something else and then then please publish your findings so we all can learn <hes> but yeah i personally wouldn't want to do that if you know iran known in company a probably stick with common architecture but just write it twice or you know don't the the android at all at the first unless i have a research department in a or an organization accompanied that can afford that s- afford these sort of people who can experiment chairman or let's in an academic setting purely for learning i would probably not this is definitely almost certainly unless they had a real use case for it want to share a code like that unless i had a a a simple application i would maybe consider something like react native even though i would have to i would really have to think about it but if the applications extremely simple i really would probably just use something like react native but yeah this sort of cpas pause. Java script shared business logic stuff based off the evidence. That sounds like it doesn't work out a long-term right guys. That's it for today. <hes> you can reach us at hello at inside. I was deb dot com. <hes> can tweet at us inside iowa's dev and <hes> we'll see next time any promise <music> oh book the book interviews <hes> <hes> pasini o._s. View learn how to prop <hes> go oh to inside iowa's should i listen to guide dot com and get the book okay. Thanks very much guys for listening. Have a good day bye bye.

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